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Detroit Raw

The Democrats have their own Crimea, a.k.a. Detroit. The Dem invasion is underway. The Dem mantra is: “We must get rid of Snyder.” It is hard to disagree with that. Yet, such a ding bat assertion begs the issue. What do “we” replace Snyder with? Oh, anyone but Snyder? Cowering in the ring is Schauer. Not exactly a crowd pleaser, but Mark is the anointed one. Democratic Party democracy dredges up memories of ...

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Crime summary

On March 20 at approximately 12:50 p.m. in the 14800 block of Marlowe, narcotics crews conducted a raid. Officers arrested one suspect and recovered five packs of heroin, four bags of cocaine and other narcotic paraphernalia. The suspect was taken to the Detroit Detention Center for processing without incident. ...

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Consortium Prep won its first-ever state championship March 22 at the Michigan High School Athletic Association’s Boys’ State Basketball Championship held in Lansing at Michigan State University’s Breslin Center. Senior guard Ronald Booth and his fellow Cougars didn’t win the state title for only themselves, their school, community and families, but also for their late coach who recently passed away. “We di ...

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U-D Jesuit, Douglass fall in semi-finals

The 2013-14 season ended one game early for both the University of Detroit Jesuit and the Frederick Douglass Academy in the MHSAA State Playoffs in Lansing at Michigan State University’s Breslin Center March 21. The U-D Jesuit Cubs had a poor first period start going against the Bloomfield Hills Blackhawks in a Class A semi-final game. The Cubs only scored nine points in the period to the Blackhawks’ 16. Al ...

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House expands EAA

Only with the votes of two Detroit state representatives was the Michigan House of Representatives able to pass legislation March 20 expanding the statewide experimental district for failing students, the Educational Achievement Authority. The bill returns to the Senate for a concurrence vote. Fifteen Detroit Public Schools were taken in 2011 to form the district, which was created by an agreement between G ...

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Contracts and the Constitution

A Pontiac lawsuit, which could have far-reaching implications throughout Michigan, was heard by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit in Cincinnati last week. The case was brought by city retirees who had their healthcare benefits slashed by then-Emergency Manager Louis Schimmel in December 2011. A federal lawsuit was filed on behalf of retirees in June 2012. Among other allegations, it was claime ...

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