Flashpoint: What changes could be made in Michigan’s legislation post Oxford High School shooting

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DETROIT – In a week that has us remembering the tragedy in Oxford one year ago and moving closer to the new year.

It got me thinking about what legislation we might see coming out of the new Democrat-controlled state house and senate.

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On Flashpoint, we met with the new senate majority leader Winnie Brinks. She is giving us a sense of what Democrats are aiming for and what working with Republicans really means.

Also, the fight to be the next leader of the state GOP, what the future of Michigan’s Republican party could be looking like.

And the future of mobility and EV’s in Michigan. The report on what infrastructure we need to be investing in as technology switches gears for drivers.

Survey: Looking to get an EV? What’s holding you back? Share your thoughts

You can view the December 4, 2022, episode of Flashpoint in the video player above.

About the Author:

Christy McDonald is an Emmy-Award winning TV anchor and journalist who has covered news in Detroit and Michigan for 25 years before joining WDIV in 2022.