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7/13/17: Detroit Mayor's Race / Michigan Business Incentives / News Headlines

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We're just weeks away from the August primary for the Detroit Mayor's race. Mayor Duggan's biggest challenger, State Senator Coleman Young II, just revealed his plans to improve the city. The MiWeek team talks about Young's plan and sizes up the race. Episode 611.

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7/6/17: MiWeek Special Edition

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Christy hosts a special edition of MiWeek featuring her favorite interviews from this year's Mackinac Policy Conference. Episode 610.

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6/29/17: U.S. Healthcare Debate / Flint Water Bills / Deportations Halted

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Problems with healthcare, the fight over Flint water bills, making sure the Pistons deal downtown is good for everyone, and a One Detroit special report on immigration, deportation and the Chaldean community in southeast Michigan. Episode 609.

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6/22/17: Detroit 1967: Perspectives

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As the Detroit Historical Museum prepares to open its "Detroit 67: Perspectives" exhibit to the public, the MiWeek team talks about the 1967 uprising and how it shapes Detroit and Southeastern Michigan today - 50 years later. Episode 608.

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6/15/17: Congressional Attack / Flint Water Charges / Southwest Detroit Pollution

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Members of Michigan's Congressional delegation were on the Virginia baseball field when a gunman fired shots, wounding five people, including the House Majority Whip Steve Scalise. The MiWeek team discusses the purported motive for the attack and what happens next. Episode 607.

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6/8/17: James Comey Testifies / State Budget Talks / Maria's Deportation Story

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Fired FBI Director James Comey testifies before the Senate Intelligence Committee about his investigation into possible Russian ties to President Trump's presidential campaign. The MiWeek team discusses the impact that his testimony may have on the Trump administration. Episode 606.

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Making the Case for Young Children

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Hope Starts Here is focused on early childhood and educational services within Detroit for children from birth to age five. The initiative has engaged more than 6,500 center operators, teachers, researchers, and parents from across the city in community conversations and strategy meetings since the beginning of the year.

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MPC17: Soo Locks

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Members of Michigan’s Congressional delegation gathered on the porch of the Grand Hotel Thursday to announce plans to introduce legislation next week to authorize the renovation and expansion of the Soo Locks.

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Superintendent Vitti makes his Mackinac Debut

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On Day 6 of his tenure as the superintendent of the Detroit Public Schools Community District, Nikolai Vitti made it clear to business leaders at the Mackinac Policy Conference that he wants to see some things change.

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Detroit Public TV and the Detroit Regional Chamber: Details On 2017 Mackinac Policy Conference Access

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For the seventh consecutive year, the Detroit Regional Chamber and Detroit Public Television (DPTV) will collaborate to provide Michigan citizens with the highest level of access to the Mackinac Policy Conference’s content.

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5/25/17: Mackinac Policy Conference / Maria's Story

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Christy talks with Detroit Regional Chamber President & CEO Sandy Baruah about this year's Mackinac Policy Conference. Episode 605.

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5/18/17: President Trump & Russia / DPSCD Superintendent

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The controversy over alleged ties to Russia continues to swirl around President Trump, and one Michigan Congressman has even used the word "impeachment". The MiWeek roundtable discusses the latest happenings in Washington and the role of the press in the entire situation. Episode 604.

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5/11/17: Deportation Fight

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MiWeek airs a One Detroit/Bridge Magazine report about a southwest Detroit woman facing deportation later this month. Episode 603.

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5/4/17: Detroit's QLINE / Redistricting Michigan

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Detroit's QLINE opens to the public next week, but the media got a preview ride this week. Nolan Finley was on board and he talked with M-1 RAIL CEO Matt Cullen and The Kresge Foundation President & CEO Rip Rapson about the city's newest mode of transportation. Episode 602.

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Race for Governor / Michigan's Struggling Schools / President Trump's First 100 Days

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It appears likely that Michigan Lieutenant Governor Brian Calley will throw his hat in the ring for next year's Governor's race. And, the filing deadline has come and gone for candidates in this year's Detroit mayoral contest. The MiWeek team takes a closer look at these two big races. Episode 601.

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