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10/1/15: Flint Water / Orville Hubbard Statue / Planned Parenthood

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Governor Snyder announces action will be taken in the Flint drinking water situation, where blood-lead levels in children have increased since Flint stopped getting its water from the Detroit system and started using water from the Flint River. The team debates why the city didn’t wait until the new pipeline to Lake Huron was built before dropping Detroit’s water.

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9/24/15: GOP in Michigan / Pope & Politics / Clark Park

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We turn to MiWeek contributor Nolan Finley for a recap of the Republican presidential candidates’ visit to Mackinac Island last week. Plus, there’s a lot of other Michigan political stories for the team to discuss, including possible candidates for the 2018 Governor’s race and former lawmakers’ Todd Courser and Cindy Gamrat’s plans to run again for their old seats.

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9/17/15: Republican Presidential Candidates / Getting to Work Report

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Six of the GOP presidential candidates will be on Mackinac Island on Friday. The MiWeek team looks at the fallout from the latest debate, the issues on the GOP agenda, and the role Michigan will play in the presidential race.

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MiWeek 2016 State of the State Special

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MiWeek’s Christy McDonald, Nolan Finley, and Stephen Henderson provide analysis of Governor Snyder’s sixth State of the State address.

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Christy McDonald talks with Congressman Dan Kildee about Flint water crisis

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MiWeek host Christy McDonald sat down for a candid conversation with Congressman Dan Kildee (MI-05) to discuss Flint’s water crisis.

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12/17/15: Extended Interviews with Mayor Mike Duggan and Governor Rick Snyder

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Host Christy McDonald and Stephen Henderson talk with Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan for a wide-ranging interview. Plus, Governor Rick Snyder joined host Christy McDonald and contributor Nolan Finley to discuss the stalled plan for Detroit Public Schools, the Flint water crisis, his priorities for next year, and more.

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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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