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Mon September 30, 2013
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Special Education students and their families in Michigan are about one month into the new school year and they're feeling the impact of the federal sequester cuts. Today, we looked at the cuts to special ed funding and find out what it means to schools and students.
And, a look at social media etiquette and your job--what's allowed and what's not.
And, one Detroit musician, and AP reporter, talks about his family's deep roots in Motown.
Also, we spoke with one man who has made it his mission to save pinball machines from the scrap yard. He plans to open up a private pinball museum.
First on the show, we are just hours away from what appears likely to be a partial government shutdown.
The U.S. Senate, controlled by Democrats and the Republican-led U.S. House of Representatives, have been unable to come to an agreement on a continuing resolution to fund the federal government. If no agreement is reached today, which appears likely, the government begins shutting down at midnight.
David Shepardson, Washington D.C. based reporter for the Detroit News, joined us today from Washington.