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  • Will Labor Dispute Indefinitely Delay Major Freeway Projects in Metro Detroit?

    Crain’s Detroit Business senior reporter Chad Livengood talks about the situation on Detroit Today.

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  • We’re the richest Democracy with the worst poverty

    “Poverty is a relationship, it involves you and me and everybody else,” Desmond tells Stephen Henderson on Detroit Today.

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  • The key takeaways from this weekend’s Republican and Democratic conventions

    Despite a few political snags, each party now has their full slate of candidates ready for the November midterm elections.

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  • Should We Segregate Students Based on Academic Ability?

    “You don’t learn to talk across difference if you are with people who are all just like you.”

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  • ‘It Touches You…It’s Traumatic’—The Effects of Eviction and Housing Insecurity on Kids

    Bridge Magazine reporter Chastity Pratt Dawsey opens up about her own childhood evictions in raw conversation on Detroit Today.

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  • Author Anna Clark Talks New Book on Flint, ‘The Poisoned City’

    “Lives are really on the line.”

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  • “This is no way to run a justice system”: Detroit nonprofit works toward a future without bail

    Stateside’s conversation with Amanda Alexander, founder and executive director of the Detroit Justice Center, and Rasha Almulaiki, a bail “disruptor”…

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  • Chemical Bank Makes Detroit Its New Corporate Home

    The Michigan-based bank will build its new corporate headquarters at the corner of Woodward Avenue and Elizabeth Street in downtown…

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  • What’s the Future of the Supreme Court and Roe v. Wade?

    A look at the possible influence of Trump nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh on the U.S. Supreme Court.

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  • Who is to blame for what happened to Michigan Central Station?

    Michigan Central Station opened in 1913. At 18 stories, it was the tallest train station in the world at the…

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