DETROIT – Though local turnout was fairly low on Election Day last Tuesday, the decisions of voters are bringing in quite a bit of change -- including a near full overhaul of the Detroit City Council.
Also this week, the Detroit City Council voted to approve a change of venue of one of Detroit’s signature events, the Grand Prix.
On Sunday, we also discussed a new proposal introduced by Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel and Gov. Gretchen Whitmer that focuses on finding employment for people getting out of prison. The hope? Employers struggling with staff shortages can also benefit.
You can watch each individual segment below, or watch the whole episode in the video above.
Bud Denker, chairman of the Detroit Grand Prix
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel
Adolph Mongo, Adolph Mongo & Associates; Steve Mitchell, Mitchell Research & Communications