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a house with a foreclosure sign in front of it
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Today on Stateside, an investigation finds the city Detroit overcharged tens of thousands of homeowners for property taxes. What recourse is there for people who lost their homes as a result? We'll talk to the reporters who broke the story. Also, how the polls misread voters in 2016 – especially ones without a party affiliation.

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Gov. Gretchen Whitmer says a sit-down meeting between her and General Motors CEO Mary Barra is "in the works."

GM’s plans to close five plants, including two in Michigan, attracted President Trump’s vocal displeasure, and an outcry from the leaders of affected cities.

futuristic car at North American International Auto Show
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After nearly 30 years, big changes are in the wind for the North American International Auto Show.

Daniel Howes, Detroit News business columnist, says that it’s crucial for the organizers of the show, the Detroit Auto Dealers Association, to "make an appropriately aggressive decision for fast-changing times."

Ford display at the 2018 NAIAS in Cobo (with a bit of Chevrolet in the background)
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For decades, January in Southeast Michigan has meant it's time for the auto show.  

Thousands trek to Cobo Center for the North American International Auto Show, often picking their way through snow and ice, but it seems that the snow may give way to autumn leaves.