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6/4/15: Tax Hike? / Water Deal / Road Fix / Detroit Talk

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This week it seemed everywhere you looked, it was all about the money. First, a $52 million structural deficit, could taxpayers get the tab for a court-ordered judgment? Also, major issues surround the lease of Detroit’s water and sewerage system to a regional water authority.  Plus, the legislature is inching toward fixing Michigan’s roads and landing a budget.

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May 21, 2015: Road Funds / Prison Reform / Policy Forum / Detroit Investors

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We’ve been talking about the bad condition of Michigan roads for a while and now the legislature and Governor Snyder have reached a deal on how much money will be used to fix the state’s roads and bridges. However, it’s only a drop in the bucket for the total amount that’s needed.

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May 14, 2015: Senator Charged / Transit Plan / Summer Sessions / New Deadlines

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State Senator Virgil Smith faces felony charges following a shooting incident at his Detroit home involving his ex-wife. He's been removed from Senate committees and caucus duties. But is that enough? The MiWeek team discusses the limited options in the State Constitution for removing legislators.

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VIDEO: President Trump’s Travel Ban Spurs Emergency Town Hall in Dearborn

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President Trump’s travel ban continued to create a ripple effect in the lives of local and national Muslim American policy leaders, prompting many in the Detroit area to come together in Dearborn last week.

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VIDEO: Anticipation & Fear - One Family's Story

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Arab American News reporter and Detroit Journalism Cooperative contributor, Hassan Khalifeh, spent some time with one Detroiter worried for his mother planning to return from Iraq - a woman soon to become an American citizen after living in the U.S. for 17 years.

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Detroit River’s muddy bottom conceals cannons, cars, guns

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Below the murky, rolling currents of the Detroit River is a floor loaded with centuries of artifacts: war cannons, old wooden ships, cars and hundreds of firearms, ranging from wooden muskets to automatic handguns.

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From Nolan Finley, Editorial Page Editor of The Detroit News

Handmade: Owners of Haberman Fabrics set to retire

New owner has plans to keep the same fabric quality, move the store to Clawson

SC: Fashion takes on cancer battle at Saks Fifth Avenue

Plus, Jay Leno tools around town for his TV show; Chefs Table at Detroit Foundation a luxury experience

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