22 Burst results for "Mike Duggan"

Detroit mayor: HGTV's Curtis was 'scammed' in house deal

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Detroit mayor: HGTV's Curtis was 'scammed' in house deal

"Detroit mayor. Mike duggan says the star of hgtv's rehab addict rescue was apparently scam when she bought a blighted home from someone who wasn't the owner. Coal curtis paid seventeen thousand dollars for the home and twenty seventeen and she says she spent sixty thousand on repairs and other costs so far. But the home is owned by the city's landbank authority curtis filed a lawsuit last week after the landbank. Put the home on the market. She says it would be wrong for the landbank to benefit from her investment. The mayor says that he hopes a deal can be worked

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"mike duggan" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:24 min | 11 months ago

"mike duggan" Discussed on WJR 760

"You always maintained your integrity. We went through tough times City suffered through the fall out of a recession. Other than probably being very happy. You're not in politics anymore. Give me some of your thoughts on being mayor of Detroit. That was the toughest on a half years of my life, no doubt about it. I think all of the years that I had been in Detroit but I have gained a lot of respect made. A lot of friends did a lot of things in our community and people respected me. On Ben when I went into the to the mayor's office, and you know you go into politics. You're lucky if you could get 51% support a lot of the goodwill that I think I had built up over the course of years in the city. People started to question me because you know you couldn't satisfy everybody. And because of the situation that we were in, you know, being bankrupt as as a city. And then coming in after Kilpatrick. Um it was very, very difficult. And I would tell you, you know, I had to move back into the city of Detroit and all that could be in there. Um, you know, I had to give up a lot, um, for my family and from my friends, But people ask me if you had the choice to do it again. What do you do it on? My answer is yes. Because I think it was the right thing to do. And I think the city and its success is much more important than me and my And and I do hope that you agree with me that Mike Duggan's doing a fine job is mayor and probably announcing tonight at 5 30 that he's running again. And Mike came in on us somewhat of the same situation that I did. He didn't live in. The city had to move back in the city. And then you know he was a write in candidate and you know, after I don't know. 30, plus years of an African American being the mayor of the city of Detroit, you know, here's his white guy from the suburbs Come in a zoo write in candidate And Mike's done. He's had to Terms where I think a lot of the things that he's doing will pay off in our suits, urine understand he will be running for a third term, so I don't know if he's gonna break Coleman to record or not. But here we are. Well, Mr Marry your unique perspective on.

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"mike duggan" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"mike duggan" Discussed on WJR 760

"Jova Curry restaurant group. Well, sadly have to lay off. I hope you're sitting down for this almost 700 people. This is one restaurant group 700 jobs lost by this pause that is saving so many lives. And yet we keep hearing about these outbreaks. 8000 cases here in 7000 there and all the governors saving us and hold the Mike Duggan's A Donald Trump didn't help us with the governor's helping us here, right? Just keep your politics going. You know You can't even stop now. After the election, can you Mr Mayor? You've got to keep the politics in there all the time, don't you? You gotta protect this governor who's done nothing but destroy the economy of the state. And why are we still seeing an increase in cases? If she's done such a great job fighting it? Can you tell me that? At any rate to all of our vendors of suffering to rights. Rosalie are meat and seafood vendors produce vendors, bread vendors, coffee liquor, wine vendors will all be met with purchase orders that are a faction of what they normally are or no purchase orders that all this will lead to certain layoffs or furloughs in all of the above industries. Then you get into cleaning sanitation Cos valet companies. Live music performers. They're not working at all. And Rosalie writes how heartbreaking this really is to see this, and she thinks it could have been done differently. And But there was no no phone call from the governor saying, Hey, how would this impact you was there but the governor goes on data and science, doesn't she? What data? What science? You didn't check the data with any of the restaurant owners. Did you, Governor? Just curious. All right, let's go to Ah, Rochester and Jim, You're on the Frank Beckmann show. Good morning. Like, you know. Hey, my pleasure, right? I just want Oh, say I appreciate your comments that top of the hour regarding the cove it and the racial disparity. Uh uh, issue I've been watching this very closely and it drives me insane. I'm glad you noticed. Um Mike Duggan was on Paul W. Smith. So back in September. It was quick to point out that the numbers in Detroit we're going down in another's in suburbs or up and that was you know, if you remember in August, the governor called White people in the state of Michigan racist two weeks after she invited the entire medical profession in the state and calling for implicit bias training. I mean, this is and yet Wayne State University runs commercials about racial disparities. Um, on your on your on your network, and I just want to point this out because it's maddening because it's point a point Fuel on our fire that we got going here. We need to get together. You need than that. We don't need to pull politics. Divide people, and this thing is just been driving me and saying I'm glad I have an opportunity to articulate it. Well, I'm glad you do, too, because the virus doesn't know white from black from red from yellow. OK, it doesn't know the race of people. The virus just spreads itself to wherever it finds a host that it can for lack of a better word victimized and that's it. So there's there's no racism in there in any way, and people aren't intentionally spreading it. Theo folks of color or anything else like that demand two women two Children, you know, trying to spread it that way. That's not going on out there and anybody who suggests that is just absolutely.

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"mike duggan" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"mike duggan" Discussed on WJR 760

"R. whether first from the weather channel cloudy skies with occasional showers into tonight with a low of sixty this evening partly cloudy for Tuesday with a high tomorrow of eighty eight right now it's seventy two degrees Michael stets WJR news right now restaurants Taylor's hit hard by the covert nineteen shut down finally hearing some good news today on Thursday retailers that have been closed can re open with capacity limits and on this coming Monday restaurants can reopen for indoor and outdoor seating so long as tables can be capped six feet from one another that means you must maintain social distancing in these places and wearing your mask making sure that you continue to do your part in restaurants it'll be fifty percent or less of capacity so long as you're maintaining at six feet crowds of up to a hundred people will be allowed immediately the state going into phase four of re opening Whitmer indicating the goal is to get to phase five by the fourth of July Michigan health officials reporting five thousand five hundred and sixteen deaths and fifty seven thousand five hundred and thirty two cases of coronavirus in Michigan it's up twenty five cases twenty five deaths rather and a hundred and thirty five cases since yesterday and that is the lowest increase since March eighteenth mayor Mike Duggan announcing tonight's eight o'clock curfew in Detroit back in place again as the city tries to quell sometimes violent protests from the people the mayor says were well organized and looking for trouble over the weekend.

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Beijing's ancient Forbidden City reopens to public as China moves past pandemic

Ben Shapiro

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Beijing's ancient Forbidden City reopens to public as China moves past pandemic

"Detroit mayor Mike Duggan says city hall has been making changes after learning some lessons the hard way three or four weeks ago we were having eighty a hundred police officers quarantine each day and it was really difficult but we got our instant testing and we started reporting in these protocols for masks and daily temperature checks and I think we had four or five officers quarantine all of last week so we're moving to the fact that we're going to have to live with this virus in our country in our community four months a year who knows until is a vaccine well even though more states are beginning to relax their coronavirus lockdowns Moster falling short of the minimum levels of testing suggested by the federal government and public health researchers according to an Associated Press

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"mike duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:37 min | 1 year ago

"mike duggan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Virus update Detroit has started to see its lowest number of fatalities in more than a month as cities and states across the country begin to loosen restrictions put in place of the covert nineteen pandemic mayor Mike Duggan says they've made enormous progress in Detroit is deaths have fallen by seventy to eighty percent so our focus now is how do we bring back those jobs they can come back safely and so this week we're bringing back our rose shoes a water and sewer crews under very strict guidelines were every employees tested before they come in their temperature we are taking each morning but what we are now starting to move I think in a rational way still the death count is high eighteen hundred eighty three deaths in Michigan sixty six thousand two hundred twenty four in the United States overall and I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg news room governor Andrew Cuomo says he's ordered police to enforce the social distancing even as New York severe covered nineteen outbreak recedes Cuomo spoke on a day when new reported virus deaths rose slightly to two hundred ninety nine he made it clear that New York wouldn't immediately follow other states in re opening or easing restrictions on businesses schools and social life I disagree with people who say open the economy even though you know there's a public health risk I'm not going to put dollar signs over human lives Cuomo has said he will not begin to re open until at least may fifteenth Berkshire Hathaway reported first quarter operating earnings of five point eighty seven billion dollars versus five point fifty six billion a year ago helped out by gains in the insurance unit first quarter net income plunged into a loss of forty nine point seven billion dollars that was driven by unrealized losses in the massive Berkshire stock portfolio Bloomberg reporter Katherine G. Glinski covers Berkshire extra points you know what operating earnings were actually up he did warn throughout the report that could have had a big impact on its business as you know for some of them it's been relatively minor he says but for some of them it's been severe Bloomberg's Katherine G. Glinski embattled coworking company WeWork eliminated more jobs this past week as part of an ongoing series of cuts since the company's failed attempt at an initial public offering last fall more on that from Bloomberg's Greg Jarrett Sunday by Friday that we were chief executive officer warned staff two weeks ago that more jobs will be lost on top of the twenty four hundred eliminated last year and two hundred fifty more in the month of March after this week's cuts sources say we work will terminate more jobs over the next month Gregg Jarrett Bloomberg radio global news twenty four hours a day on air and on QuickTake by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg this is Bloomberg business week with Carol Massar and Jason Kelly from Bloomberg radio we believe the most important and informative conversations that we had through out the week on a daily radio show a lot of it of course Jason relating to the virus the impact and what's our way forward after cook at nineteen well and we're always looking for folks Carroll who have their fingers in a number of pies that is so true about David Adelman he's the founder of Darko capital down in Philadelphia also has an interest in the sports world in the movie world he's got it all and he also had some pretty hot takes about what we're seeing now and what we may see in the not too distant future from my perspective is that we do touch a lot of businesses from your student housing in colleges and universities to you know private equity I I think first and foremost is you have to look at the impact this is having on people and you know employment and the economy went from having almost three percent unemployment too you know this is gonna be a big difference in a big number instant months ahead comment I think you kind of the insight into seeing industries that are just getting decimated is just really sad and unfortunate let's talk about the the world of education at first and foremost Caroline I talk about it a lot in part because of both of juniors in high school and so we're thinking about it senior high school so front of mind for you as well I mean and I know nothing has been decided we hear sort of drips and drabs from various college presidents and many of them appear on our air here with us they're not sure what they're going to do it tell us about how you think about it from someone who is in the business of housing the students had how do you determine what to do and when to do it so we were able to really get some very interesting insight into what happened from the moment the school's transition from jail on campus to online and I I think the most surprising data point was across the country about twenty four twenty five thousand students that we house somewhere in the neighborhood of sixty five percent of them sheltered and quarantine in our apartments first is going to put up a quote home wow sixty five percent correct like Texas and Louisiana was in the eighties and higher and we we learned a lot from that in which was a you know one not everyone has a traditional family unit word you may be going home was conducive to life not everyone wants to be quarantined with their family and and three I think that a lot of the students made the decision that in order for them to stay focused on their education they need to kind of be you know comfort of where they were in their apartment and so it was a staggering number for us I think it reaffirms that you know the students are young adults and you know kind of putting themselves first as to far as far as you focus on education and what they wanted to accomplish so that was the first data point I'm just really kind of took us all by surprise and I think the other part that we learned is that the online experience that the students received with not with them they didn't live up to their expectations or candidly the expectations of the university and I think you know one thing we've always looked on our business of student housing is Hey what's the durability of universities compared to online learning you know prior to this year the online learning was you know kind of becoming more prevalent and we had always said you can't replace the college experience and now more than ever I'm convinced of that and I I think this really prove didn't where I'm headed with that is that based on the university's we've spoken with they really want to get open in the fall the economics of course dealing with this is a Bloomberg business okay I went in on ex that they can't afford not to open and not have the students their number one but number two I think big knowledge that the quality of the education online is not the same as kind of in the classrooms well and you have to imagine a scenario where a student or a parent like this is going to be shall we say balk at the idea of paying you know fifty sixty seventy thousand dollars a year for an online education right I mean fair to say I think it's fair yeah it's her lan I. do you have to think educational institutions are are looking at that David and saying man if we don't get our act together people are going to be like specially if the bank goes really well if it was going really well to kind of rethink how we do all of this yeah and I've always said that you know there's over forty five hundred colleges and universities out there and certainly from the campus apartments perspective we're looking to build apartments we want to take university that we think our value proposition and a lot of universes that exist don't offer in my opinion the value proposition for you know for the for the cost but your point the value proposition and paying you know forty fifty sixty thousand dollars for purely online experience probably doesn't make sense long term and that's David Edelman the founder of Darko capital I have to say one of my favorite conversations the week Caroline has we started up and he bases like look this is what it's going to be this is our we're gonna go right to the things we have to worry about well what I love is you really have some great insight on education and thought about online education he's talking to a lot of folks are running colleges and universities he's all about you know housing for students but you also got some insight about how the online world is working when it comes to education but also as you said sports private aviation so much so I'm really glad we got some time you're listening to Bloomberg business week coming up here from PayPal cofounder Max Levchin.

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"mike duggan" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"mike duggan" Discussed on Daily Detroit

"Jared. The city of Detroit has been one of the hot spots in the nation for the corona virus. Pandemic you've been watching a lot of digital news conference lately staying on top of this. What's the latest well? Let's get started with a bit of the bad news. And then we'll hit the good news. The death toll in the city is nearing one thousand. As nine hundred eighty eight citizens have died. That's almost one in seven hundred detroiters. According to Mayor Mike Duggan although the number is up thirty nine officially overnight the mayor saying that they were reporting problems and span we. We mentioned this in the statewide numbers and that some deaths are coming in from late. March and early April and things were apparently way worse than we knew of back then because of the slow data that we're just seeing now. What about that Field Hospital at the center of formerly known as Cobo Hall? What's happening over there? Well there are just sixteen patients over there at the field hospital and at this pace it won't be long until it shut down. That's something that Mayor Mike duggan showed. He also shared that with hospitalizations declining. We currently have one hundred empty. Icu BEDS and five hundred regular adult beds at Detroit hospitals right now so A little bit of a Good news seems like things are starting to get a little better. I'm cautiously yes. One side of this is that two hundred city workers who cut grass and do other maintenance work are coming back on the job and the process for this. I wanted to walk through because I think it's going to be one. A lot of companies are going to end up following and this is one that was created by both the administration and the unions who agreed on this regimen so it it's good that they work together in order to start working. Employees are going to have to take a net a corona virus test. And then it's going to have to come back negative. Then each day when employees get to work there temperature will be taken and I can tell you I have one of those checks her monitors here at home and it takes just a second. You just like scan. It just goes beep and there's temperature if a worker registers at one hundred degrees or more they will be referred right away medical care which is really nice to have that makes sense you working outside and so you You can be farther apart. I mean the only thing I would say about that is You know we know that some people Carry CAN TRANSMIT CORONA VIRUS. Who are not who had never show any symptoms. But this is a safe as we can Be I guess given UP WITH THAT IN MIND. On top of this the employees are going to be split between five worksites instead of two usually. There's two yards. The city of Detroit operates out of for these things they're actually going to deploy them to five sites and then they're also going to stagger when people report to work So that some will report our earlier. Some an hour later so that there's even more separation between people and keep them socially distanced interesting like you said. Probably a preview of how things are going to be for for some time going forward..

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"mike duggan" Discussed on Conversations with Rosh Review

Conversations with Rosh Review

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"mike duggan" Discussed on Conversations with Rosh Review

"Like usually there's maybe four or five year in were i think upwards of twenty to thirty openings that your his people are retiring. Let's changes so. I just happened to to be a number of mentors and folks advocating for my higher. Who knew my work. Both at the corporation counsel in the prosecutor's office. I got hired there. So unfortunately i didn't get to stay in the protection. Dvd so actually was assigned to our forfeiture unit which had narcotics for pitchers and drug forfeiture futures. No abandoned homes became a big issue or they were doing nuisance abatement proceedings to try to go after owners who were not keeping their property buffet. I found a little niche so within our unit we did all of the nuisance public nuisance case so at the time in early two thousands. We had a number of smutty theaters and massage parlor rate. Not a wing general rate so those were cases for some reason you know kinda got dumped on my lap and you know i i ran with those and you know it was a lot of interaction with you know undercover officers. Who had to go in and you be solicited or who had to uncover evidence of that stuff happening in theaters and then we would file this election to try to padlock. Take them over. So i did that for about three years but i really wanted to be in court so every time i got to go to court forfeiture was it was rare but it was exciting and so at some point mike duggan left to go to detroit medical center and there was an opening so kim worthy was appointed to that position. She was planning to run any way in win. Prosecutor worthy came in. I got kind of exiled. From before katrina or let. Actually i really wanted to be a regular prosecutor. Said she sent me. I think it was in the domestic violence..

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"mike duggan" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

08:57 min | 1 year ago

"mike duggan" Discussed on WJR 760

"Mare of the great city of Detroit mayor Mike Duggan good morning Mister mayor morning Paul W. I thought you were seeing the light at the end of the tunnel in my from what I've been following that time to go out and play and dance and cheer the last couple of days we started to see a slowing the growth is not going down but we're starting to see a slowing in the growth in Detroit I'm sure it's true in other places you're giving masks to people as they get on the bus you're going to now start to checking the seniors and staff at nursing homes you're doing everything you can possibly do to try to bring those numbers down or doing the right things today will test nine hundred people at the fairgrounds drive to sites which I'm getting calls from all over the country our operating what I think probably the country's most successful drive to testing site we're testing another two hundred plus a day off the fifteen minute test we got from Abbott labs in in the pieces are coming together well I'm glad we're into the nursing home now because they're vulnerable citizens and up until now the way that the doctors have been dealing with it is diagnose as best you can and try to separate well that's sweet at twelve deaths in nursing homes and and Detroit we just can't have that and so we have a chance to to get out and get on top of that but what our team does and they've been phenomenal city folks are going to eighteen hours a day we've had help from so many private companies but all of what we do is dwarfed by people's decisions on social distancing really answer how fast or slow we go in breaking this virus will really depend on whether people keep this up I'm glad to see one national report they're monitored cell phone usage saying that the Detroit area which sheltering in place more than anyone else in the country and around Detroit it appears to be true and but we just can't we can't relax and and act like a war out of the woods because really that you know so may it be because of your hospital experience first of all I'd love for you to give a pep talk to the workers at the MCM every hospital within the sound of my voice because they're they're hitting the wall they are they're fatigued they're burned out and they're upset and scared and all of those things in a combination that I think a Mike Duggan pep talk if you were still running one of the hospitals would be very very useful that aside you talked about well the people who have stepped up to make equipment and I've tried to highlight as many of them as I can over these mornings and we are thrilled that they're doing that yet we are getting calls from nurses and doctors who are saying Hey we you're about all these companies making these thousands of masks and all of this happening and we really appreciate it but where are they and I'm worried about the supply chain or the way that these things there was apparently no system in place for an emergency to disperse to give these bits of equipment at the same time we got a call from a doctor and Henry Ford west Bloomfield saying Hey we got plenty of PP we have no shortage so it's not a week rex that so you you've got twenty different supply chain in the city of Detroit has a supply chain the state of Michigan and supply chain and before DMC Walmart we've all been on our own because there hasn't been a single federal supply chain the way you would if you were going to war and you wouldn't let each individual cities Albany airplanes to make you have a central strategy nationally and so as a result of that it's really bad in the resort's holders of each individual group so it doesn't surprise me to hear that one hospital may have sourcing that aren't telling the president called me the other day and at one point we were looking at picking up supplies from China and he said if you want a plane will get your plane to go quiet turned out we got we got our order field in California but that's the kind of conversations that is going on everywhere and I you know I know what it's like to be in the middle of those hospitals and all right to go from patient to patient and have to worry about is there another mask I just I just oil mine or do I have the right gal do I have the right gloves or might put into people have mental later the stress that those folks are under is is enormous and they've done a magnificent job our room we I I hope we get to the peak relatively soon because the people who have we've done that work deserve to get some kind of a break early on our news director Dick cave nerds noticed that I'm African Americans seem to be being hit the hardest with covert nineteen that certainly is the case in our city of Detroit don't we don't know why yet I'm sure that there are a lot of people who are working on that but as the mayor of a predominantly black city this is one of the reasons that the the you've had so much trouble I think in your numbers and how they are seemingly large for the size of the city that aside your responsibilities trying to keep your citizens and all of us alive we go to physical health we go to mental health but you also as the mayor are looking at fiscal health and you warned us that if the if the casinos were not making money that was going to affect us in a very big way well one of the big ways is you're saying that to try this now going to run a one hundred million dollar deficit due to covert nineteen what we do you know these are issues we deal with the first issue that you mentioned is the most pressing and it's not just Detroit Chicago New Orleans New York African Americans are dying from covert nineteen at two to three times the rate of qualifications in and you know I in the nine years or rather tried Medical Center I saw first hand the racial gap in healthcare in this country laxatives twenty five percent more heart disease of whites significantly more as most read times there's many cases of chronic kidney disease so we'll win you are in an extreme case of your own and then later your body is fighting back everybody's body is not equally healthy and able to fight back outside this will prove or disprove this theory over time but I can tell you the time I was at the MC I don't think anybody helped your field is surprised the fertility rate is is higher among African Americans and Caucasians which means we have to fight this off which ever more urgency in will deal with the financial problem I have my whole team together on Monday and I said I guess we're back to twenty fourteen we came in it was bankruptcy it was crisis every day we had financial opposites but we also didn't have lights didn't have buses running you know didn't have police cars are able to show up in there isn't a team in the country more ready to bring the city government out of this and then we are we're going to do it all over again and I think our team is very much motivated to handle that and then we'll go at it right now our focus is is we gotta beat this virus and then will be whether for next one other quick financial issue I haven't seen this Mister mayor maybe you have I see a story from car and driver saying some car insurance companies are actually giving customers partial refunds during the pandemic have you seen any of that around our neck of the woods because I have not yes some people have low driver discounts but July second we lost sight of this a people's car insurance rate should start coming down if you take advantage of the change in the no fault law which I had planned a whole series of public meetings in April to shoulder toward so take advantage of those rate cuts but we have to figure a way to do those in in may or June but no I I haven't heard of people come in insurance rates coming down but we're gonna get out of July that's good news anything else that we need to know or that we might do to help you Mr mayor just keep deliver the message although all the Paul W. self quarantining physical I say physical instead of social because of a congresswoman dangle physical distance saying wash your hands again hands off your face we've sent it to we're blue in the face keep up the good work Mr mayor healthier.

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"mike duggan" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"mike duggan" Discussed on WJR 760

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"mike duggan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"mike duggan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Get you either remember you're in command so safe this message is that in trump and the coronavirus task force holding a briefing right now the White House was joined into in progress no live coverage newsradio five hundred W. O. A. I'd it was states around the country as the president just reflected by this Tuesday with another I. eight hundred forty military medical personnel arriving in New York City they'll be some three thousand department of defense and HHS personnel on the ground for a supplement and to provide relief to health care workers really at the epicenter of the corona virus in the New York City area and you just heard the VA is opening up opening up that space in New Jersey I spoke with president surging today with the governor Murphy and five hundred ventilators announced today being built on the supplies that we have already provided we were able to coordinate with him to extend all federal coordination on testing in New Jersey through may the thirtieth if the need is there and also opening up a VA beds I spoke with governor John bel Edwards in Louisiana and was encouraged to hear from him that as you heard doctor Burke say that that new cases were down slightly in fact we're seeing a trend of some leveling among all the governors I spoke to today and I know the what what the secretary of the VA just announced about opening up VA facilities has been a priority for governor address but I assured him we're going to continue to send resources and supplies and personnel to support their health care in Michigan today I spoke to both the governor Gretchen Whitmer and mayor Mike Duggan of the city of Detroit governor Whitmer of and I spoke about the the new program in Detroit that will make hydrochloric hydrochloric when available of for three thousand patients through the the Henry Ford hospital they'll be tracking in a in a formal study the results of that but at the president's urging I assured her that we're we're more than prepared to make hardship chloroform broadly available the pharmacies and doctors offices across the Detroit areas they deem appropriate I also heard from mayor Mike Duggan as I told you Mr president and he was so grateful to the FDA not only for approving the Henry Ford hospital tests that will be exploring hydrochloric one but also for the rapid approval of the fifteen minute test in fact mayor Duggan told me that he was able to use the fifteen minute test this weekend to test one hundred and fifty first responders who have been sidelined because they've been exposed to the corona virus they all got the fifteen minute test they're all back in the line of duty and then there could have been more grateful in Illinois I spoke with the governor JB Pritzker as well as mayor Lori Lightfoot of Chicago as you just heard not only have we have we sent six hundred ventilators to the state of Illinois but I sure do I sure the governor assured the mayor that while the the principal focus that we have in the next several days is on the rising cases in the greater New York City here in Louisiana and that Michigan and Illinois are in the forefront of our thinking and at the president's direction we're gonna make sure the people of Illinois people of Michigan have the resources equipment and support that they need the governor did express great appreciation for the fact that our army corps of engineers construction five hundred beds McCormick place and before the end of this week I would construct another twenty five hundred beds for an overflow health care facility in Chicago in fact Mr president mayor Lightfoot told me that the army corps was just out standing in the job that they have been doing and constructing that extra bed space as I close let me just let me just express has the president did our profound appreciation for a governor Kate brown and and governor Jay Inslee the state of Oregon and the state of Washington are leading by example Oregon sent a hundred and forty ventilators to New York City and they looked at their circumstances and concluded that they could spare those at the point of the need and because of this of the slow and steady numbers in Washington state and in California governor Insley today announced that they were sending four hundred ventilators back to the strategic national stockpile and those will be deployed at the point of the need you know it's not only our California and Washington state low and steady but frankly as I talk to.

"mike duggan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"mike duggan" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"By Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer in Detroit mayor Mike Duggan plus he picked up but not from former rivals Cory Booker and Kamala Harris I believe in so I really believe in him and I've known for a long time other states voting tomorrow include Missouri Mississippi and Washington Jerry Preston ABC news Joe Biden mocking the pundits who wants to clear his campaign to add something to say about that for Tuesday good we need to bow down addressing thousands of supporters in front of the Saint Louis arch yesterday Biden says he's the candidate who will unite the party and the country wide campaign announcing its gonna spend twelve million dollars on advertising in six states where voters will head to the polls on Tuesday the trial starts today for a man accused of killing Adams County sheriff's deputy heath Gumm in twenty eighteen trillion during is charged with four counts of first degree murder prosecutors seeking the death penalty all while the governor is expected to sign a bill abolishing the death penalty because this case is happening before the law would go into effect prosecutors can still pursue the death penalty I'm box thirty ones Lisa d'souza for KOAA news today is the final official royal appearance for prince Harry and Meghan Markle prince Harry and Meghan will be making their final public appearances working members of the royal family at the British Commonwealth day service taking place at historic Westminster Abbey also in attendance the queen prince Charles and his wife and William and Kate it's being televised live here and all eyes will be on Harry and Meghan as they prepared to walk away from the royal duties and enter their new lives in North America for the record Meghan will bow out of royal life just under two years after marrying into the family Tom rivers ABC news London the apple watch might soon be able to monitor blood oxygen levels which could indicate a heightened risk of heart attacks apple is said to be working on the tech to provide a warning if it falls below a certain threshold there's no word on when the company plans to roll out the new feature they ought to think about adding if we can detect corona virus in the brand hates fat what point will my watch give me mouth to mouth however I save my life and finally James Taylor has set a Billboard record with his new album his latest offering is called American standards it debuted in the top ten of this week's Billboard albums chart it makes Taylor the first actor earned a top ten album in each of the last six decades that is something we're and I see he's going on tour Jackson Browne Zack and I've seen both those men that will they will they that's right that be fantastic to work to see whether they starting my doesn't I didn't see that but I was like him and Jackson Browne who opens for hill on that yeah and they probably do save a lot of games together on stage eight thirty seven we got money news as we're watching the markets dal still down close to fifteen hundred points right now on fears that the corona virus will continue to spread and the oil and gas industry really being affected as well stay right there it's Colorado's morning John Moore sales going on the road it's a tough drive.

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"mike duggan" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"mike duggan" Discussed on WJR 760

"With our great mayor Mike Duggan you've you've heard him talk and this program before about to grow Detroit's young talent in the different things they'll be doing for kids this summer well we're getting ahead of that with in fact the executive director of grow Detroit's young talent Marie Hocker in the studio with us right now Marie nice to see you nice to see you to qualify to be here were very nice to have you here and twenty six plus year Ford employee part of the Ford land team a construction manager Detroit development projects Ford Motor Company rich bar deli rich nice to have you here Paul thanks for having me yeah I I would guess if you're with a Ford land team and doing the development projects for Ford probably I know you do other things but the restoration of the historic Michigan central station is probably what they ask you about every time they talk to you every day yeah it draws a lot of attention from everybody in it it means a lot to all the people here in the city and around so have big project how's it going great great our buildings dried up my first phase is really gotten done and we're not finishing it starting if you drive by you'll see us doing all the missionary work on the exterior getting a break in the state are in the structural work on so hopefully you can see it here all right here where I sit you might not be able to see it from where you sit but when you when we're done get out look out that window it's a nice view of her from the iconic building that that that Ford Motor Company is bringing back to life and Marie Hocker leading the effort to raise the twelve million dollars in annual funding required to support the city's biggest summer jobs program that trains and employs over eight thousand youth between the ages of fourteen and twenty four for six weeks in July and August what's the tie in for you and Ford motor company other than the fact that used to work at four absolutely well Paul I have to say I am here is exactly director of Cody Tristan talent because I strongly believe in the potential that summer youth employment can half in the life of the young person is so critical that our young people have exposure to meaningful work experiences that really help them begin to clarify what the career pathways that they're interested in it allows them to build before key professional networks and all of that so that's my investment in this work well in this and you don't have to explain why you're investing in our youth because that's it our future exactly exactly I actually into my career as a paid intern at Ford Motor Company actually so I certainly understand first hand the impact that those internships in half that's what happened for you exactly is that nice all right so what impact do you see that grow Detroit's young talent program is having on youth who are still in school absolutely what we actually have had a really wonderful partnership with the university of Michigan who's been our third party evaluator they actually did a study of our twenty fifteen to twenty seventeen cohorts and found that R. G. U. I. T. participants are more likely to be enrolled in school they're more likely to take the SAT they're more likely to graduate from high school and they're also less likely to be chronically absent from school you can see all the positives that come from something like this and I'm I'm sure rich where daily that's why Ford motor company's even involved in this project absolutely G. U. I. T. is a great program and is a great support for us to to go to schools like the rand off school which is a trade school you know we have a great partner that helped with starting the masons as I said earlier we have this big move the biggest part of the job is the masonry work in those trades are really dwindling and our ramp construction who's our main contractor on that partnered with us to go to rand off to bring twelve students and in now what you do I. T. your workers at eleventh and twelfth graders to get them an understanding of the traits so the getting real hands on experience with what will become once again a big iconic big deal when this is all done absolutely and that that's a great thing about that building is you know the the the the students go back to their school and then they spread the word that I'm working on the train station and that Saturday the seventeenth it generates all the fighting here exactly yeah generates excitement for them and then they start talking about the trades which are great programs and our great careers not enough attention has been given to how great those careers are in the trades and we've been trying to work on that for a few years here at W. J. are as executive director of grow Detroit's young talent Marie hi could tell me how organizations and for that matter individuals can get involved in supporting you funding mentorship job opportunities what how how can they get involved absolutely I really appreciate that question Paul because I strongly believe that all of us here in Detroit and in the middle east court Detroit community have a role to play and really having an impact on the life of a young person what I like to do is call out all of our employers here in acts.

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"mike duggan" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"mike duggan" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Is also closed a movie worker on eastbound I. ninety four from fourteen mile road eight mile road has the right lane closed until three take a look at your weather today gradually becoming clear with a high near fifty two for tonight mostly cloudy with a low around twenty eight for tomorrow partly sunny a high near forty seven currently forty degrees in the motor city from the town hall dot com news room property owners in Detroit they were overtaxed by the city maybe getting some relief mayor Mike Duggan says he is discussing options with the city's law department but any plan would affect those who own property between two thousand ten in two thousand thirteen only Duggan says some residents may have their foreclosed property returned to them if it is owned by the Detroit land bank a report by the Detroit news found that between two thousand ten and two thousand sixteen residents were overtaxed by six hundred million dollars Detroit police are investigating a double shooting on the city's website two twenty eight year old man was shot while inside of a jeep near the intersection of orange one in Beaver land not far from outer drive the passenger was able to get to a hospital and is in serious condition while the man that was in the driver's seat was killed this news a party sponsored by farmers insurance winter means it's time to bundle up your insurance bundle home and auto with farmers insurance and you could save an average of twenty percent call one eight hundred farmers to get a quote today we update traffic and weather four times an hour I'm present on the patriot FM one one twenty five AM fourteen I'm Jim chest all of your money now last week the main stock market indexes suffered their biggest decline since the two thousand eight financial crisis it's a completely different story today though with the Dow industrials seemingly on track for their best daily gain in two years the Dow up currently about six hundred sixty points the tech heavy nasdaq up one hundred ninety eight the S. and P. five hundred has tacked on sixty six boosting the market a sense that the fed reserve and other central banks will act to provided needed injection of confidence to markets crippled by concerns related to the coronavirus Asia's factories took a heavy hit in February.

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"mike duggan" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"mike duggan" Discussed on WJR 760

"Last night Hey what with the eight till ten continuing debate schedule that it was happening and them that before that from seven till eight our fine mayor mayor Mike Duggan had his state of the city address so it meant that I had that I tape them both because I was out and about and and yeah I was having a dinner with Sophie in fact and we were talking about the some of the stuff in fact she said dad with why do you have to watch the debate it's kind of ridiculous and I'm thinking here's a sixteen year old making frankly very legitimate observation it was kind of ridiculous and and kind of a waste of time but I felt I needed to see it so I would know what was going on certainly watching the mayor speak was not a waste of time he's coming up he'll be with this in this next hour right after the eight o'clock news will welcome mayor Mike Duggan into what to talk about that what he did last night and how it all went I thought it went well meanwhile I I know you don't like to weigh in on that with an opinion on the debate deck but to I think Amy global chart you have made a a brilliant observation that could have been made at the last few of these debates cut number eight what do you what do you think about this the next four months okay tearing our party apart we're gonna watch Donald Trump spend the next four years tearing our country apart I don't think that we're gonna spend the next four years tearing our country apart watching Donald Trump tear our country apart but I think she's right that tearing the party apart for either party is not smart is not good is not a a way to win friends and influence people I think her her heard the germ of the idea is correct she's afraid of trump winning because the Democrats are tearing each other apart that's what she's afraid of and yeah that's right yeah she's right she he he's got to be the the the happiest guy there is with us these things around because he was a winner in last night's debate and how many times have we said that not just us on the worst of networks MSNBC which is really one of the worst ever they even have pointed out after a couple of of debates that that they were nervous because the winner tonight was Donald Trump again that sort of thing that yes and and and they're absolutely right Bob Costantini was there in the Charleston South Carolina right in the room where they were having the so called debate last night so he'll join us in just a few minutes at seven forty eight or so to give us his thoughts his feelings while he was there just an observation and I'm not asking for an opinion on the right or wrong but certainly Mike Bloomberg had been better prepped and had a completely different strategy last night than they did the first night yes he was much better there's there's no doubt about it and he was on the defensive a little bit less because in the last debate the all the attention was on him now the attention of the other candidates is where it belongs on the actual front runner so they start going after Bernie and Bloomberg actually had a chance to go after some of the other people including Bernie and get some of his ideas across instead of being pounded relentlessly by those questions that that he what was so poorly able to answer this time he was a little bit better yeah it it was so odd seeing questions that everybody in the world knew were going to be thrown at a minute he we only he appeared to be stunned and shocked when they ask them the very questions he should have been prepared to answer with the with much better answers and I guess last night he he was but even the new York times the official newspaper of the Democrat party said amid insults and interruptions Sanders absorbs burst of attacks in debate they do not they being I guess I don't know the the primary Democrat party or the heart and soul of the Democratic Party I I thought Bernie was representing the heart and soul of the Democratic Party but they clearly still don't want him to be their guide and I think when they somehow get it away from him he's gonna have a lot of sympathy from a lot of people whose say again not again but I I don't know how else they could react if they steal it away from him if he is the guy who should represent the party and does not I I I can't imagine the good would they be favoring if this point I don't know at one point I thought that to that Mike Bloomberg could come in and this quote unquote for the Democrats save the day or at least in his case by the day but I'm not so certain that he has benefited I think if you were to vote on how popular he was or successful people thought it would be if you didn't enter these last two debates he'd be better off relying on all those hundreds of millions of dollars of commercials Iraq because he runs really good commercials in fact with with Elizabeth Warren jumping all over him and how he treated women he had a commercial down hugely well polished and done that ran last night all over the place showing all of these women hundreds of women it seemed who have worked for Mike Bloomberg and said it was the best job they ever had any is the best boss ever had he was the greatest and all that stuff to try to counter balance the the three or thirty stories that she seems to think she has regarding abusive situations at his place of it is very expensive so what he has the where with all to create these images and the stories to counter or anything that happens well that that is the only thing which has propelled him into the voter polls giving him double digit numbers in the surveys because he hasn't been out on the stump like all these other candidates have been in the attic he's only been into debate so it's totally on commercial so far for Bloomberg but if the mainstream democratic media outlets don't want Sanders and.

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"mike duggan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"mike duggan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Ten democratic presidential candidates took the stage in Atlanta tonight it started just one hour after a blockbuster day in the in between great corresponded Peter king from the debate hall much of the debate focused on Donald Trump Elizabeth Warren was asked if she would try to convince Republicans to vote for his impeachment we have to establish the principle no one is above the law we have a constitutional responsibility and we need to meet at senator Kamel Harris we have a criminal living in the White House former vice president Joe Biden says the hearings have made one thing clear doesn't want me to be the nominee Vermont's Bernie Sanders says Democrats will lose if they concentrate solely on Mr trump Peter Jennings CBS news Atlanta a senior US diplomat directly implicated president trump as scheme to force Ukraine to probe a political rival or need to Courtice with more of the bombshell testimony of Gordon Sunland was there a quid pro quo the answer is yes ambassador Sunland said he became a reluctant messenger this summer relaying an ultimatum on the president's behalf you informed Mr year mock of that they would need to invest announces investigations in order to get the aid to do not I likely did someone said he came to understand that Ukraine's new president would not get a coveted White House meeting or crucial military aid unless he announced an investigation into barbarism up the company that employed the son of former vice president Joe Biden of pro type upper stage billed as a pathfinder for SpaceX planned Q. integrated starship bracket literally blew up it stopped during a test today it blasted what appeared to be an upper bowl kid high into the air above the company's seaside Boca chica Texas Launch Complex one police officer is dead another wounded while responding to a home invasion in Detroit the officer was killed was an eighteen year veteran of the force shot in the neck with a high powered right according to police Detroit mayor Mike Duggan four.

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"mike duggan" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"mike duggan" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Say em seven sixty M. sixty eight CCO yes news on the hour real news real reporting on that democratic presidential candidates took the stage in Atlanta tonight it started just one hour after a blockbuster day in the impeachment inquiry correspondent Peter king from the debate hall much of the debate focused on Donald Trump Elizabeth Warren was asked if she would try to convince Republicans to vote for his impeachment we have to establish the principle no one is above the law we have a constitutional responsibility and we need to meet senator Kamel Harris we have a criminal living in the White House former vice president Joe Biden says the hearings have made one thing clear our child doesn't want me to be the nominee Vermont's Bernie Sanders says Democrats will lose if they concentrate solely on Mr trump Peter king CBS news Atlanta a senior US diplomat directly implicated president drop in a scheme to force you crane to probe a political rival Arnie's accordance with more of the bombshell testimony of Gordon's online was there a quid pro quo the answer is yes ambassador Sunland said he became a reluctance messenger this summer relaying an ultimatum on the president's behalf you informed Mr your mock of that they would need to invest announces investigations in order to get the A. did you not I likely did someone said he came to understand that Ukraine's new president would not get a coveted White House meeting or crucial military aid unless he announced an investigation into charisma the company that employed the son of former vice president Joe Biden of pro type upper stage billed as a pathfinder for SpaceX planned human rated starship rocket literally blew up it stopped during a test today it blasted what appeared to be an upper bowl kid high into the air above the company's seaside Boca chica Texas Launch Complex one police officer is dead another wounded while responding to a home invasion in Detroit the officer was killed was an eighteen year veteran of the force shot in the neck with a high powered rifle according to police Detroit mayor Mike Duggan four officers.

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"mike duggan" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"mike duggan" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Determine the cause of that fire a man has died in a house fire on Detroit's east side that blaze broke out about four this morning in Guilford street your back and catch you firefighters entered the home and found a man in his fifties suffering from burns and smoke inhalation he was transported to the hospital where he was pronounced dead the victim's name has not yet been released investigators have yet to determine the cause of that fire in a blow to mayor Mike Duggan Detroit city council has voted down a funding proposal for the city's blight demolition program the council voted six to three yesterday against putting a two hundred fifty million dollar bond proposal on the March ballot to fund the demolition it's not clear of the mayor's administration has future plans to bring a similar proposal for the council we at the traffic and weather for times an hour I'm John Bailey of the patriot FM one a one point five AM fourteen hunt anise Prager believes we need to stick to our values the floor was in them in god we trust and liberty if America stays true to that then if the people who have done this will go down as the greatest fools in American history Adam Schiff hello she and the Dennis Prager show weekdays at noon on FM one a one point five AM fourteen hundred the patriot if you like the patriot you'll love the mobile app instantly connect with your favorite hosts with just a few taps on your phone or tablet Mike Gallagher you are logged Mike and Mike I would look very hard my life for almost four years and the current time of my life I would literally about wow do I love you bro Montana factor dot com studios here's my a lot of Americans.

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Detroit federal judge Damon Keith dies at 96

America's Wealth Management Show

00:59 min | 2 years ago

Detroit federal judge Damon Keith dies at 96

"Detroit morning loss of one of its most respected. Jurists judge Damon Keith passed away today at his home in Detroit. He was ninety six his rulings in a string of high profile cases over three decades raised him to the status of national civil rights icon interview prior to his death with the American black journal. Judge key said his philosophy on the bench was straightforward use the law as a means for social change. And in my career, I have tried to do that. He said he also tried to treat all people fairly in the courtroom without arguing I've tried to be a bit on the vision. But now for forty years and never held any woman contempt of court, and I've never threatened to hold anyone in contempt of Kiefer's grandson of slaves, and he was the longest serving African American judge in the nation to try mayor, Mike Duggan released a statement, saying America's lost a national treasure calling judge Keith a man who has left an indelible, Mark. On the nation and the city

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Fiat Chrysler opening new Detroit plant in $4.5 billion plan

AP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Fiat Chrysler opening new Detroit plant in $4.5 billion plan

"The first new auto assembly plant in Detroit, and almost thirty years has been announced with Fiat Chrysler planning a four point five billion dollar factory, which will add about sixty five hundred jobs part of the plans to reopen. A shuttered engine plant in the city and convert another in the same complex to a future assembly plant for the Jeep Grand Cherokee and a new three row full size. Jeep SUV and plug in hybrid models of each one Detroit mayor Mike Duggan called the deal a once in a generational chance. Union leaders also praised the

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"mike duggan" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"mike duggan" Discussed on WJR 760

"Mike Duggan's right in the middle of it. It's tough to get anybody to talk about it right now. We'll try here on WJR Detroit. Seven sixty WJR news, dick Hafner, President Trump at the national prayer breakfast in Washington. Toward the pro-life community. Every life is sacred, and every soul is a precious gift from heaven as the Lord says in Jeremiah before I formed you in the womb. I knew you before you were born I set you apart the number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits dropped sharply last week layoffs rare. The job market is strong. Fiat Chrysler says it made one point four billion dollars in the fourth quarter and four point one billion for all of last year. Most of the prophets for FCA are in North America. So the average profit-sharing check for you. I w Representative employee's will be six thousand dollars GM layoffs. Hundreds of salaried employees were escorted out of the tech center in Warren, and add some other places GM hourly workers who are laid off at their plants nearly all of them, we'll get jobs and other plants Detroit. Mayor Duggan's is in court. He's suing federal court claiming the high insurance. Rates violate people's civil rights. A federal judge will look at that lawsuit. Duggan filed a lawsuit in district court in Detroit seeking to have Michigan's no fault auto insurance law declared unconstitutional Virginia, Lieutenant governor just in Fairfax is facing allegations of sexual assault. His accuser is Dr Vanessa Tyson. She says the incident happened during the twenty four democratic convention in Boston, here's more from reporter Ryan nobles accuser of the Lieutenant governor, Dr Vanessa Tyson released a very lengthy statement where she talked in specificity about the alleged incident in which she says that the Lieutenant governor who was then an aide to Senator John Edwards forced her to perform oral sex on him. Now, the Lieutenant governor says that this is not true a Milwaukee. Wisconsin police officer has been shot and killed. He was serving a warrant the mayor Tom Barrett. Says he and the city are filled with sorrow and anger. He was doing his job. He was working to make our city safer, and he died. And he died because an individual decided that rather than allowing the police to do their work lawfully. That he would kill us police office. Jerry news time, ten three. A developer. Pro proposes a plan to build a community on the Irwin orchards land in Lyon township that orchard is a landmark in Lyon township the site has been for sale for years demolition is set to begin in April at the site of the long vacant summit place mall in Waterford a mixed. Use.

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Tex McIver murder trial costs 'way outside the norm'

Mark Arum

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

Tex McIver murder trial costs 'way outside the norm'

"The way down to University Avenue northbound delays the speed limit rises little tapping the brakes around the Grady curb we'll check trouble and, Coweta county next on ESPN The final price tag is in for the text macgyver murder trial proof so expensive, it was a major factor in a budget overrun so severe the DA's office has suspended hiring. Of some attorneys, and staff a million dollar overrun the AJC reports are typical murder conviction cost. The DA's office five thousand dollars to convict McIvor of murdering his wife it costs. Five, hundred and seventy eight.

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