Politics & Government

  • Compensation for Wrongfully Convicted Shows Lawmaking is Just the First Step

    MPRN’s Cheyna Roth and WDET’s Jake Neher talk about the messy business of implementing and testing new laws.

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  • An orange jumpsuit ahead for Ann Arbor detainee? “They will behead him in front of everyone,” his sister says

    “My sister and I, we both served this country”, she said. “This is how they repay us?”

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  • Botched elections. Missing ballots. Is this any way to run a democracy?

    Michigan’s failed presidential recount last year wasn’t an aberration. It’s part of a pattern that has some concerned about…

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  • Detained in Youngstown

    In June, Immigration and Customs Enforcement picked up over a hundred Chaldeans in metro Detroit with the intent of…

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  • Chaldean State Lawmaker Who Endorsed Trump: Community Feels Slighted

    “We have laws, we’d like to enforce them, but we won’t take it to the next level of throwing…

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  • Protesters gather in front of Detroit federal building calling for end of Chaldean deportations

    Customs Enforcement rounded up more than 100 Chaldeans.

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  • How’s Detroit’s Housing Landscape Doing?

    “Wayne County is unfortunately the leading entity dealing with this problem,”

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  • Chaldean community leader: Deporting Iraqi Christians could be a “death sentence”

    Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents arrested dozens of Chaldeans.

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  • One envelope holds her fate. Is she getting deported today?

    looking for a government official who held a sheet of paper with her fate written on it.

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  • 21 Days to Exile: Maria’s Story

    Maria has sick husband, baby – and looming deportation to ‘home’ she’s never known…

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