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Time now for hits and misses of the week -- first -- This is a -- for the Michigan Supreme Court which -- this week over the objections of governor Rick Snyder.
-- -- union promoted initiative on the November ballot that ostensibly -- -- the right to collective bargaining in the constitution.
The real problem this initiative is a very broad and it potentially restrict the ability of the state to do any of the reforms it needs to rein in public sector cops.
This is the latest backlash out of the reforms from Wisconsin and people better start paying attention.
Okay thanks -- Jason.
This is on this for New York attorney general Eric Schneider -- -- two months before presidential election.
Has decided to launch an investigation of Bain Capital how's that for prosecutorial.
This is our president you know the highest on -- of an official in New York State is going to smear.
The president's Republican rival.
In the middle presidential and he is masking it though in all private equity tax practices so timing is curious all right -- Well policy -- the two conventions I'm going to give -- hit by drawing attention to the 92 year old Kentucky farmer and World War II veteran Earl Jones who gunned down a burglar in his home.
This past week city had no regrets and has become a national hero for bravery and up for protecting himself.
Now as Clinton's Clint Eastwood might say you've got to be asking yourself what a rugged individualists like Earl Jones be more likely to be invited to the Republican National Convention.
Or the Democratic National Convention I think that question answers itself you know the other thing Jason is why -- that investigation.
This time you're not supposed to leak that -- investigating somebody before their charged --
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