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“Detroit is at a crucible. Detroit really has to attract young white people,” said Geoffrey Fieger, metro Detroit’s most recognizable attorney.
“In all honesty, you know, Krystal Crittendon was pretty much set up. She was told by some council people she had their support to do this,” Gary Brown said.
Wading into the complicated situation, Detroit’s celebrated Rev. Marvin Winans called the Charlie Langton Talk Radio 1270 morning show to defend Crittendon, saying she just stood up for what she believes.
Deliberations will get back underway tomorrow in the federal corruption trial for Bobby Ferguson, accused of setting up a bid-rigging scheme connected with a low-income housing project in Detroit.
According to an Ambassador Bridge spokesman, Gov. Rick Snyder’s International Bridge Crossing between Detroit and Windsor may not be a done deal.
What happened on the house floor is raising emotions from legislators, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and Talk Radio 1270 listeners.
“Twenty-seven percent of companies are reporting here in metro Detroit that they plan to hire, while only 5 percent are planning to reduce staff,” Jones said.
But now DNA, and not just marriage, is the grounds of a paternity decision in Michigan.
The lawsuit challenging the city of Detroit’s consent agreement was dismissed but Detroit City Councilman Kwame Kenyatta says it should be appealed.