3/29/18: MSU Crisis Widens / Gun Debate / Headlines / Islandview
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Tonight on MiWeek:
MSU CRISIS WIDENS: Additional abuse accusations surface at Michigan State University, and Larry Nassar's former boss is the target. Plus, there's news that MSU spent $500,000 on social media tracking to keep tabs on what people were saying about the school. The MiWeek team analyzes these alarming new developments and their impact on MSU.
GUN DEBATE: A surprise volley in the ongoing debate over gun control when retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens suggests a repeal of the Second Amendment might be in order. The MiWeek team weighs in on Stevens' provocative idea.
HEADLINES: The MiWeek team talks about a couple more stories that made headlines this week: Governor Snyder's push to get regional transit on this year's ballot, and the political drama in Macomb County that left the County Clerk jobless.
ISLANDVIEW: In this special One Detroit report, Christy and the One Detroit production team sit in on a meeting of residents in Detroit's Islandview neighborhood to hear about the changes and concerns in that eastside community.
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