Let it Rip: The goals in Mayor Duggan's State of the City

Let it Rip: The goals in Mayor Duggan's State of the City address

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Part 1:
The goals in Mayor Duggan's State of the City address

Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan delivered his first State of the City address Wednesday night which included touting progress and giving concrete timelines, a first for the City addresses in a long time. The panel explains how they're helping make Duggan's visions a reality - and if some of his goals are even realistic.

On the panel:

Odis Jones, Executive Director of the Detroit Lighting Authority
Vince Keenan, Department of Neighborhoods
Alexis Wiley, mayoral spokesperson
FOX 2 legal analyst Charlie Langton

Part 2:
The goals in Mayor Duggan's State of the City address

Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan delivered his first State of the City address Wednesday night which included touting progress and giving concrete timelines, a first for the City addresses in a long time. The panel explains how they're helping make Duggan's visions a reality - and if some of his goals are even realistic, such as the idea of a city car insurance called 'D Insurance.'

On the panel:

Karen Dumas, public relations expert
Greg Bowens, political consultant
Alexis Wiley, mayoral spokesperson
FOX 2 legal analyst Charlie Langton

Part 3:
Should politicians have age limits?

Fox 2's Charlie Langton takes Let It Rip on the road to find out if metro Detroit thinks politicians should have an age limit.

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