Week in Review: Democrats get ready to endorse candidates, and MSU pushes back against lawsuit

Apr 14, 2018

Michigan Democrats will be at Detroit's Cobo Center on Sunday for the party's 2018 endorsement convention. The race for the attorney general nomination has been heating up in recent weeks.
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Michigan Democrats will gather at the Cobo Center in Detroit on Sunday for their party's state endorsement convention. These conventions are generally pretty drama-free, but this one could be different.

This Week in Review, Weekend Edition host Rebecca Kruth and senior news analyst Jack Lessenberry talk about the bitter race between Dana Nessel and Patrick Miles, who are both seeking the nomination for Michigan's next attorney general.

They also talk about MSU's response to a woman who sued the school over rape allegations, the Moroun family's request that President Trump get involved in its years-long Detroit River bridge battle, and Enbridge Energy's confirmation that there are three dents in its Line 5 pipeline.

In full disclosure, Enbridge Energy is a financial supporter of Michigan Radio.