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Transit is “Job Creator” says 71 yr old Tax Payer

State house willing to cut $43 million from public transit.

Marguerite Maddox and her guide dog Jello. They came together to the SMART board meeting December 4, 2014.

Broken Heart of Handicapped Bus Rider

Listen to her struggle

A movie set worker approaches photographer asking him to leave the scene. The Eddystone and Park Ave Hotels excite film makers and other creative people. They show loss and potential at the same time. This photo taken Nov. 7, 2014, the day on which Detroit's bankruptcy was approved.

Ilitch Parking Lot Legacy

Told by angry Detroiters trying to save 2 more buildings in way of hockey arena.

Pastors and rabbis at Ford Field's Hall of Legends Tuesday, November 18, 2014.

God + Money in Transit Campaign

Largest transit organizing event to date

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Build Business Build Transit

Be there. It’s the best we got.

Bankruptcy Approved But Folks Still Down/Out

Tell them to open more schools, says 23 year old man on street.

Mike Bishop Known to Matty Moroun…

…not much to his hometown’s residents.

New Amtrak Station Adds to New Bus Rapid Transit

Grand Rapids leading the state in mass transit.

Defunded Education Hurts Poor and Rich

Foundations assemble experts at Capitol

High Cost of Incarcerating Black Men

Vortex of problems concentrated in a few neighborhoods


Record Black Buffalo Fish Caught

Pulled from Kalamazoo River

DNR continues tradition of women's archery

1937 photo courtesy of MSU archives

Turtle City Biologists

Plan to release oil-contaminated turtles

Detroit Needs Transportation Solutions

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