Let It Rip: Patterson's Detroit comments in 'The New Yorker'

Let It Rip: Patterson's Detroit comments in 'The New Yorker'

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Part 1:
Patterson's Detroit comments in 'The New Yorker'

Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson was recently featured in an article by The New Yorker magazine, but some of his comments now have him featured in the spotlight. The article describes the 75-year-old white Republican as selling the merits of Oakland County while bashing neighboring Detroit. Are his quotes just plain racist, or honest?

On the panel:

Nolan Finley, Detroit News editorial page editor
Stephen Henderson, Free Press editorial page editor
Steve Hood, Political consultant
FOX 2's Charlie Langton

Part 2:
How old is too old to drive?

When is it time for elderly people to stop driving? One attorney is proposing yearly tests for drivers once they reach the age of 72.

On the panel:

Steven Gursten, Attorney with Michigan Auto Law
Maureen Taylor, Public activist
David Charles Brown, Driving rehabilitation specialist
FOX 2's Charlie Langton

For more information visit www.michiganautolaw.com.

Part 3:
What's worse, smoking pot or drinking alcohol?

Fox 2's Charlie Langton takes Let It Rip on the road to find out if metro Detroit agrees with President Obama that smoking marijuana is no worse than smoking alcohol.

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