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Duggan's campaign details why he won’t debate, pointing to single tweet

Detroit mayoral candidate Anthony Adams stood alongside a miniature Mike Duggan cutout Thursday and accused the mayor of cowardice for refusing to debate him, while the Duggan campaign for the first time provided examples of what it has described as "hateful and divisive rhetoric" by the long-shot challenger. Duggan has...
DETROIT, MI
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Michigan First Credit Union updates no-mask policy to clear mask policy

Back in August, Michigan First Credit Union came under fire for telling its customers they wanted to see their smiling faces and banned facial coverings while inside its standalone branches. Now it seems that MFCU has reneged on that policy and has instituted a clear mask and face shield policy...
DETROIT, MI
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The post-Roe ticking time bombs

One thing getting to little attention as the Court decides how it wants to dismantle Roe v. Wade is the number of states that still have previously unenforceable abortion bans on the books:. Republican gubernatorial candidate James Craig said if elected he would block any attempt by Democrats to repeal...
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James Craig says he supports abortion ban in secret recording

Republican gubernatorial candidate James Craig said if elected he would block any attempt by Democrats to repeal Michigan’s 90-year-old ban on abortion, according to a secret audio recording obtained by Metro Times. Craig made the remark Thursday while talking with supporters after his speech at a campaign kickoff event in...
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Handcuff keys found on Michigan State Rep. after being taken into custody

HOWELL, MI– Jewell Jones, a Michigan State Representative, faces more felony charges for allegedly being found with handcuff keys after being taken into custody. Jones was arrested earlier this year for reportedly crashing his car into a ditch while under the influence of alcohol. Police say they found a loaded...
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5 Best Italian Restaurants in Detroit, MI

Below is a list of the top and leading Italian Restaurants in Detroit. To help you find the best Italian Restaurants located near you in Detroit, we put together our own list based on this rating points list. Contents hide. Detroit’s Best Italian Restaurants:. Detroit’s Best Italian Restaurants:. The top...
DETROIT, MI
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Satirical ad tears into GM for resuming donations to Republicans who tried to overturn election

Political action group MoveOn slammed General Motors in a new digital ad for donating to the campaigns of lawmakers who spread falsehoods about the presidential election. The satirical ad mocks GM for resuming its political action committee donations after pledging to temporarily halt campaign contributions after the Jan. 6 insurrection. At the time, GM said it would “evaluate” its PAC contributions “to ensure candidates align with our core values.”
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Macomb County GOP lawmaker removed from committee assignments in rare move

State Rep. Steve Marino was stripped of his legislative committee assignments on Tuesday, a rare move that is usually reserved as a form of discipline. The Harrison Township Republican was removed from his chairmanship of the coveted Commerce Committee and replaced by Pauline Wendzel, R-Waterliet. House Speaker Jason Wentworth, R-Farwell,...
MACOMB COUNTY, MI

How The Black Mafia Family Became The Drug Trafficking Kings Of Detroit

The Black Mafia Family (BMF) is one of the largest drug-trafficking rings to come out of Detroit, Michigan. It was created by two brothers named Demetrius and Terry Flenory, who also go by Big Meech and Southwest T, respectively. Together the brothers launched a nationwide drug trade that operated out of close to a dozen cities in several states. They mostly dealt cocaine, laundered money, and transported the cash and drugs in stretch limousines with hidden interiors (via DEA). Throughout their run, they took in over $270 million in profits, per The Detroit News. But like many lucrative drug organizations, time eventually caught up with the brothers and their associates in 2005, and the Black Mafia Family was taken down. Both brothers were given 30-year prison sentences in 2008, while several other members of the BMF were given lesser sentences, per the Justice Department.
DETROIT, MI
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There's still time to check out Mario Moore's moving paintings in Detroit

When you approach Enshrined: Presence + Preservation, Detroit artist Mario Moore's survey exhibition now on view at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, the first thing you see is a 2010 painting depicting a group of men breaking up a fight; in the background is a shuttered Detroit school.
DETROIT, MI
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