The Michigan Republican Party has called on the state’s attorney general to investigate a reported separation deal between Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and her former state health department director.
The Michigan GOP issued a statement Tuesday calling for Whitmer, a Democrat, and her former Department of Health Director Robert Gordon “to release all information” surrounding a “secret deal” between the pair after Gordon’s “abrupt” departure from his post.
Gordon and Whitmer’s office reportedly agreed to a $155,506 payout following Gordon’s abrupt resignation in January, with the details of his departure remaining confidential.
Republicans want Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel’s office to “immediately open up an investigation” into the deal.
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