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  • Community service could be required for Mich. welfare recipients

    Community service could be required for Mich. welfare recipients

    Thursday, September 19 2013 8:06 AM EDT2013-09-19 12:06:58 GMT
    State lawmakers passed a bill Wednesday that would require community service for people receiving government assistance.
    State lawmakers passed a bill Wednesday that would require community service for people receiving government assistance. Some praise the plan as a way for the poor to earn what they get, while others say it's a mean-spirited slam on those who are already down on their luck.
  • 6-month-old taken from parents who grow, use medical marijuana

    6-month-old taken from parents who grow, use medical marijuana

    Wednesday, September 18 2013 8:31 PM EDT2013-09-19 00:31:04 GMT
    Chanting "free Bree" a group of about a hundred protesters gathered to protest the state's decision to remove a 6-month-old baby from her parents' home because they grow and use medical marijuana.
    Chanting "free Bree" a group of about a hundred protesters gathered outside state welfare offices in Lansing, Tuesday. They're upset over the state's decision to remove a 6-month-old baby from her parents' home because they grow and use medical marijuana.

The state is removing children from homes where medical marijuana is being grown and used.  A legitimate reason and concern?  Or is Child Protective Services out of bounds?  

Joining us to discuss (Video Pt. 1):

- Maria Green - mom whose daughter (Bree) was removed from home
- Charmie Gholson - founder of Michigan Moms United
- Jodi Debbrecht Switalski - 51st Dist. Court Judge

Also in the Let It Rip line-up: Should welfare recipients be required to perform community service as a condition of their benefits?

Joining us to discuss (Video Pt. 2):

- Sen. Vincent Gregory - (D) 14th District
- Chuck Moss - (R) former state representative

Finally, Charlie Langton takes "Let It Rip" on the road to hear more thoughts on the potential bill that would require community service to receive welfare. (Video Pt. 3)

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  • Connecticut man charged in Yale hoax threat

    Connecticut man charged in Yale hoax threat

    Wednesday, April 23 2014 3:33 PM EDT2014-04-23 19:33:11 GMT
    New Haven police say they have charged a Westbrook with making a hoax call in November to say an armed man was heading to shoot up Yale University.
    Police say they have charged a Connecticut man with making a call in November in which he falsely claimed an armed man was on his way to shoot up Yale University. New Haven police said Wednesday that 50-year-old Jeffrey Jones, of Westbrook, has been charged with falsely reporting an incident, threatening, reckless endangerment, misuse of the emergency 911 system and breach of peace.
  • Camilla's brother dies in New York after head injury

    Camilla's brother dies in New York after head injury

    Wednesday, April 23 2014 3:10 PM EDT2014-04-23 19:10:58 GMT
    The brother of Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, has died after sustaining a serious head injury following a fall in New York, British royal officials said Wednesday. Clarence House said that the 62-year-old Mark Shand died in the hospital Wednesday after falling late Tuesday.
    The brother of Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, has died after sustaining a serious head injury following a fall in New York, British royal officials said Wednesday. Clarence House said that the 62-year-old Mark Shand died in the hospital Wednesday after falling late Tuesday.
  • Port Authority could rescind $1 NJ Transit lease

    Port Authority could rescind $1 NJ Transit lease

    Wednesday, April 23 2014 2:57 PM EDT2014-04-23 18:57:07 GMT
    NJ TransitNJ Transit
    The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is holding its monthly board meeting, two days after it heard from a panel on what it needs to do to improve its accountability and efficiency and restore public trust.
    The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey could rescind a $1-a-year lease for a park-and-ride lot near the Lincoln Tunnel. The agency's chief of real estate and development told a committee Wednesday that it should change a deal made in 2012. Published reports have alleged that former Port Authority chairman David Samson voted to approve the lease even though his law firm did business with New Jersey Transit, which operates the park-and-ride lot.
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