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Let it Rip: The Shutdown Showdown and cleaning up Detroit party stores

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The government shutdown has no end in sight right now. So who's to blame? Tonight, it's no longer Democrats vs. Republicans.  It's Republicans vs. Republicans! 

On the panel:

Conservative Leader Andrew "Rocky" Raczkowski
GOP Strategist Paul Welday
State Senator Coleman A. Young II (D-Detroit)
(Video Pt. 1)

Plus, Detroit Police and their contentious plan to fight crime at gas stations and party stores.  Should the businesses provide their own security to deal with hooligans?  Or is that the Police Department's job? 

On the panel:

Auday Arabo, Detroit Food & Gas Dealers Assoc.
Detroit Police Sergeant John Bennett
Political Consultant Steve Hood
(Video Pt. 2)


And finally, Fox 2's Charlie Langton takes the Shutdown Showdown on the road. (Video Pt. 3)



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