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Let It Rip: Charles Pugh & Detroit City Council Vacancies

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SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (WJBK) -

This week on "Let It Rip", we take a closer look at the story surrounding Charles Pugh and the allegations against him.

Joining Murray Feldman and Charlie Langton on our panel to discuss were attorney Deano Ware and Detroit Federation of Teachers President Keith Johnson.

Plus, what happens next with Detroit City Council? Kwame Kenyatta resigned last week, and Gary Brown is leaving to work in the emergency manager's office. Will and should the vacancies be filled?

Our panel on this topic included Detroit City Council Members Saunteel Jenkins and Andre Spivey and former City Council Member Sheila Cockrel.

Plus, Charlie Langton took "Let It Rip" on the road and asked people what age is a good age to be a baby-sitter.

Click on the videos to watch this week's edition of "Let It Rip". Then let us know what you think by posting your comments below this story.

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