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Let It Rip: Could Anthony Bourdain's view of Detroit shown more?

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    CNN's Anthony Bourdain's latest installment of 'Parts Unknown' features the city of Detroit. The video has sparked very different reactions from those who saw it.
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Part 1: That Bourdain report

The panel takes a closer look at CNN's Anthony Bourdain's report on Detroit, featured on his show "Parts Unknown." Did he focus on the 'Ruin Porn' or did he just 'Tell it like it is?'

On the panel:

Rachel Lutz, Detroit business owner
Steve Hood, political consultant
Fox 2's Murray Feldman
Fox 2's Charlie Langton

Part 2: "Obamacare" numbers

President Obama put a bandage on the ailing ObamaCare today, proposing health insurance providers allow people to keep their current plan for one additional year. Will it be enough to keep the Affordable Care Act out of intensive care?

On the panel:

Andrew Hetzel, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan
John Freeman, Healthcare for Michigan
Rocky Raczkowski, Michigan Republican Party
Fox 2's Charlie Langton

Part 3: Pharmaceutical marijuana

Fox 2's Charlie Langton takes Let It Rip on the road to find out how metro Detroit really feels about state lawmakers wanting to allow pharmacies to sell medical marijuana.

Tune in to Fox 2 News at 10:30 p.m. to watch live, or watch live in the video player above. Share your comments with us using the hashtag #LETITRIP. We may use your comments on air.

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