Online rants get local school VP in hot water; new voter ID bill

Part 1: Online rants get local school VP in hot water

A Roseville school board member under fire for his Facebook rants attacking Muslims and minorities.

Some protestors are calling for his resignation, but he says got a right to his opinion - even if you don't like it.

On the panel:

Meriam Uppal, a 2006 graduate of Roseville High School and Wayne State who is Muslim.

Dawud Walid, a Navy veteran and executive director of the Michigan Chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations.

Thayrone X - conservative, weekday host of 1600 am WAAM radio.

Karen Dumas, longtime political insider, political consultant and 910 am radio host.

Part 2: The new voter ID bill

Will the new voter ID bill prevent fraud at the polls or simply make it harder for some people to vote.

On the panel:

Jocelyn Benson, former dean of the Wayne State law school, now CEO of Ross Initiative in Sports for Equality.

State Rep. Jim Runestad (R-White Lake) was part of the majority that approved a tough new voter ID law.

Karen Dumas.

Part 3 On the Road

Charlie Langton takes the show on the road and asks Detroiters about the voter ID bill.

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