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Detroit's Elected Leaders visit to ROJS Radio-Political Talk Program March 17 & 18

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Series of possible changes have taken place this week that could direct impact future direction of Michigan's largest city of Detroit. On Tuesday, March 13th, Gov. Rick Snyder (R) announced his recommendation for a 9-Member Financial Authority Board be placed immediately in place to managing operational and fiscal manners what is known as the "Motor-City" or Michigan's second Capital.

Its' unknown if Detroit's Elected Leadership, a nine-member City Council and Mayor Dave Bing (D) will vote in agreement of Gov. Snyder's recommendation, especially since the Financial Authority Board, takes away local government solvency rights under Michigan's Home City Act of 1909

Additionally, series of  recent decisions by Michigan Judicial Courts of Circuit Court Judge William Collette defense of the state Open Meeting's Act of #267 of 1976 raises questions if the state GOP controlled Legislative body have enacted laws  overreaching their authority into citizens rights to be involved in budgetary decisions, made by revenue created via their tax dollars.

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State Rep. Maureen Stapleton
(D-Detroit) visits ROJS Radio
on 3/17 @ 12:15 PM EST.
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Detroit City Council President
Charles Pugh (D) visit ROJS
on 3/17 @ 11:15 AM EST. 
ROJS Radio-A Featured Michigan & National Political Live Podcast on the Blog Talk Radio Network, will welcome three Detroit Elected leaders onto the program to discuss impacts of Public Act #4 and a upcoming Constitutional Referendum vote that seeks to invalidate the controversial statue.

On Saturday, March 18th, Detroit City Council President Charles Pugh (D) will visit ROJS Radio at 11:15 PM EST to discuss if the City's elected leadership will align with Gov. Rick Snyder's recommendation or have other ideas to deal with a  reported $137 Million dollar deficit. State Representative Maureen Stapleton (D-Detroit) on 12:15 PM EST on Saturday, will visit ROJS Radio to discuss thoughts on what alternatives Democrat elected State Leadership might suggest to assist bring back Detroit to a thriving major metropolitan city.

Also, Sunday, March 18th ROJS Radio @ 12:15PM EST will highlight Detroit's strong history and future with a visit by State Senator Coleman A. Young II (D-Detroit). Senator Young's II father, the former Mayor Coleman A. Young, who led the City from 1973-1993 will discuss his thoughts on if Gov. Snyder's suggestion of a 9-Member Financial Authority Board is the right move for Michigan's largest per city capita, population of over 700,000 residents.

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State Senator Coleman A. Young
 II (D-Detroit) visit ROJS
on 3/18 @ 11:15 AM EST. 
ROJS Radio is a groundbreaking podcast based out of Ann Arbor, Michigan covering Michigan and National Politics, job search, breaking news, unemployment and more. 

Host Monica R-W is an owner/writer for the popular ROJS News website, an experienced grassroots and elected local political leader. Co-Host Autumn S. is a Michigan political and LGBT activist. As a lifelong Michiganders, both Monica RW & Autumn S. brings their research Independent opinions to the political issues of the day.

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