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Politics & Government
Wed December 19, 2012
Stateside for December 19, 2012
Adie Tomer, a Senior Research Associate at the Brookings Institution, says that implementing a mass transit system in Detroit is entirely possible. Hear Tomer's reasons in today's podcast.
Detroit News' Daniel Howes provided Stateside with a look ahead at the coming year's political agenda.
Firefighter Chris Palm and Sergeant Tony Angelucey spoke with Stateside about fires in Detroit and the film, "BURN."
And Bridge Magazine's Rick Haglund explained why both firefighters and police officers were exempt from right-to-work.