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Thu February 14, 2013
Stateside for Thursday, February 14th, 2013
On today's Stateside:
- Last night Detroit Mayor Dave Bing reaffirmed the city’s financial troubles, outlined some of the ways his administration has worked to cut costs and still maintain basic city services. He introduced programs to demolish the Brewster housing project and establish a Detroit Blight Authority. The Mayor said the story of Detroit is not all doom and gloom and quote, “We can’t – we won’t give up on our city.”
- And universities across the country are opening up campus housing to transgender students and it's happening right here in Michigan. We'll talk about gender inclusive campus housing.
- And, we'll be talking with Marvin Gaye's little sister about a stage performance on his life.
- And, it's Valentines Day! We'll bring your stories of love and disappointment.