It appears that Gov. Jennifer Granholm and Attorney General Mike Cox of Michigan are in an epic battle to decide how best to discriminate in the State. Granholm and Cox are choosing to fight litigation that challenges the same-sex marriage ban in Michigan, and both have different strategies. However, neither is saying why they will both be going into the lawsuit differently as they try to defend the ban and help the court decide whether it affects public employees seeking domestic partnership benefits.
It sounds like a Cox fight, to see who can discriminate more.