Host Craig Fahle is joined by Allan Lengel and Nancy Derringer of Deadline Detroit to talk about the important news stories of the week. On this week's agenda: redacted portions of the Mueller report begin to leak out; abortion restrictions are being passed all over the country, including Michigan; and Representative Larry Inman was indicted on charges of soliciting bribes.
Craig talks with Susan Demas of Michigan Advance about the latest abortion bills to go through the Capitol in Lansing, and also about the indictment handed down to Representative Larry Inman (R-Williamsburg) for soliciting bribes on the prevailing wage votes last year.
Craig speaks with Nancy Derringer and Allan Lengel about the big stories this week at Deadline Detroit. Subjects include whether Lansing will find away to yet again not do auto insurance reform, bad streetlights in Detroit, and a alleged link between car thefts and a towing company...
Craig discusses the latest on the debate over auto insurance reform in Michigan with Susan Demas, editor at Michigan Advance. Plus, Craig talks about the loss of Bob Berg, who was the longtime spokesman for the late Coleman Young.
Craig talks about the Michigan Senate's version of an auto insurance fix, and how it seems like both sides are once again digging in for a fight. Also, the Detroit Police argues that car theft went down dramatically after a certain towing company was no longer allowed to recover stolen vehicles...coincidence? You decide.
Craig speaks with former US Attorney Barb McQuade about a letter that she and over 600 other former federal prosecutors signed arguing that if it were anyone but the President, obstruction charges would have been brought. We also talk about Alzheimer's Advocacy day in Lansing, and how some program changes could bring needed assistance to caregivers. Plus, the Detroit Regional Chamber unveils its agenda for the upcoming Mackinac Policy Conference.
Craig talks with Susan Demas, editor of The Michigan Advance about what happens now that the Courts have ruled that Michigan was illegally gerrymandered after the 2010 elections. Plus, Craig has some thoughts on the latest political sleaze from right wing activist Jacob Wohl.
Craig is joined by Greg Bowens and Joel Sklar discuss the news of the week with a satirical slant. Topics this week include President Trump reaching a new milestone...in the number of falsehoods spoken.
Craig speaks with William Stancil of the University of Minnesota about his new study that suggests the real problem in America's neighborhoods is not gentrification, but rather a concentration of poverty in both city and suburb. A summary of the study can be found here:
Craig talks with fellow Deadline Detroiters Nancy Derringer and Allan Lengel about the week in news, which of course included the drop of the Mueller report, and news that Steve Yzerman is headed back to Detroit and the Red Wings.