Former Detroit public health director Abdul El-Sayed talks to MIRS about his decision to run for governor in 2018. MIRS‘ Simon Schuster was at El-Sayed’s announcement and shares his thoughts and observations about the event at Detroit’s Eastern Market.
Also, MIRS breaks down more fall out from last week’s income tax vote in which House Speaker Tom Leonard and his conservative Republican caucus friends go down swinging. What does this mean for Gov. Rick Snyder? A conservative agenda going forward?
And who managed to draw more than 200 people at a Berkley restaurant Sunday?