U.S. Representative Rashida Tlaib wants to ban insurance companies from using credit history to determine rates. But industry experts say it’s predicative of loss.
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May 21, 2019 on All Things Considered
WDET’s Laura Herberg was inside the room with four property owners appealing their taxes. Here’s what she learned.
The Plymouth Canton Community Literacy Council offers immigrants free tutoring, conversation groups and more.
The Canton Chamber of Commerce seeks to give local businesses added exposure in the community and to connect with other business.
The native Detroiter says she seized the business opportunity to make a profit and improve her hometown.
The publication is embedding a journalist in the historic neighborhood to get to the heart of issues area residents are facing.