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10/22/15: Governor Snyder Shares Detroit Public Schools Plan

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Tonight on MiWeek, Governor Rick Snyder joins the MiWeek team to discuss his new education proposal that he outlined Monday, which includes creating a new Detroit School District devoted solely to teaching the 47,000 students while the current district will exist to address the mounting debt situation.

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10/15/15: Roads Impasse / Democratic Debate / Great Lakes Microbeads / The Big Game

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Despite a pledge by lawmakers to get a roads funding deal passed quickly, the negotiations have stalled. The MiWeeek team discusses about the sticking point and whether it can be resolved.

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10/8/15: Gun Debate / Mayor Duggan & DPS / Flint Water Follow-Up

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ayor Duggan and Detroit Public Schools – Mayor Duggan doesn’t want to run DPS, but he has a stake in improving the school system so that he can repopulate neighborhoods with families. The MiWeek team talks about the Mayor’s school reform plan. Plus, in wake of the elevated lead levels in Flint water, the state is distributing water filters and conducting water tests. Is this enough?

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24th Annual Congress for the New Urbanism Hits Detroit to Talk the Future of Cities

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The Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU) helps create vibrant and walkable cities, towns, and neighborhoods where people have diverse choices for how they live, work, shop, and get around. People want to live in well-designed places that are unique and authentic. CNU's mission is to help build those places...

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5/5/16: MiWeek Neighborhoods Special

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Panelists discuss a number of hot-button issues facing the city’s residents: newcomers versus long-time residents; inclusiveness; the cultural corridor compared to the economic corridor; and entrepreneurship.

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MiWeek goes on the road for the Detroit Policy Conference!

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The MiWeek team goes on the road to the Detroit Policy Conference.

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From Stephen Henderson, Editorial Page Editor of The Detroit Free Press

Celebrate QLINE and keep at transit efforts across metro Detroit

Develoment, not ridership, will be the true measure of the QLine's success

Stephen Henderson: Health care reform, or cruelty?

The debate over health care reform is quickly being defined not as right vs. left, but as decent vs. indecent.

From Nolan Finley, Editorial Page Editor of The Detroit News

Howes: Blue Oval upends ‘build where you sell’ mantra

Declining oil prices, investor pressure to maximize returns on capital push Ford to make politically dicey decisions.

Editor’s Note: Anti-Trump isn’t enough for Democrats

Georgia election result shows Democrats must look beyond anti-Trump rhetoric to do better in the 2018 midterms

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Under The Radar Michigan goes behind the scenes at DPTV HD Truck.

Posted by Detroit Public Television on Thursday, June 1, 2017

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