Today, we hear how slightly tighter air quality regulations could save lives in Detroit and elsewhere. And, a human rights activist reflects on a federal judge's ruling against a transgender funeral director in Michigan.
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- Political roundup: AG's office left Flint emails with no response, straight-ticket voting
- Cheers! It's the summer of Tiki cocktails
- Some call new alcohol sales law for grocery store gas stations unfair
- Community leaders considering Pistons boycott for lackluster support of black businesses
- Apple carts, handbaskets, rubbing nickels: Where did these weird phrases come from?
- Human rights activist: Ruling against trans funeral director "legal discrimination"
- Study finds slightly tighter air quality regulations could save lives in Detroit and elsewhere
- This is, in fact, a Viking ship docked at the Detroit Yacht Club on Belle Isle