LeDuff reveals an alarming lack of police resources in the neighborhoods; Lansing Democrats are threatening to pull tax credits from GM; and Brenda Jones is permitted to join Congress – for now.
Suit alleges overtime scam among Detroit police supervisors; council President Brenda Jones headed into unchartered territory; Royal Oak police sued for shooting young man in the back; and a former apartment manager bribed the poor.
Gun-toting, unlicensed civilians are serving alongside police; authorities are looking for the families of more than 300 remains found at two funeral homes; and Detroit City Councilwoman Brenda Jones may be barred from simultaneously serving on Congress.
Ex-Rep. Dingell hospitalized, firefighter’s ‘nightmare,’ home-delivered pot: Your Tuesday morning briefing
Your Tuesday morning briefing: Former Congressman Dingell has a heart attack; new firefighting policy is a “public safety nightmare;” state considers legalizing home-delivered marijuana; and nonprofit embarks on affordable housing project in Detroit.
The phone numbers are public record and posted on each member’s congressional web page.
A Michigan congressman became one of the first Republican lawmaker to raise questions about Donald Trump’s numerous business interests around the world.
One congressman said Gov. Snyder “continues to withhold documents and witnesses from Congress” about the Flint water crisis.
Rep. Cummings called Snyder’s team a “vindictive administration” mired in “utter incompetence.”
Congressional members expressed outrage Tuesday over the grave mishandling of the Flint water crisis, saying government at all levels failed residents.
An internal Environmental Protection Agency memo suggested federal officials didn’t think Flint was worth helping.