Let it Rip: Republicans seek to ban sanctuary cities in Michigan; Biden introduces new student debt relief plan

In the first segment, guests talk about a bill in Lansing that Republicans would like to see on the floor - but for some reason, it is not seeing the light of day. This bill would introduce the concept of banning sanctuary cities in Michigan. In the second segment, guests discuss whether or not President Biden's new student debt relief plan is a good one.

Let it Rip: Is the abortion pill safe? + Ronna McDaniel's NBC hiring, firing

In the first segment: Activist Rebecca Keissling, who says she was conceived through rape, and United States Representative Debbie Dingell give their opinions on access to the abortion medication mifepristone. In the second segment: Less than a week after former chair of the Michigan Republican Party, Ronna McDaniel, was hired by NBC News as a contributor, the company reversed its decision. Panelists discuss the drama that has unfolded surrounding this topic.

Let it Rip: How will 'uncommitted' votes impact the November 2024 elections?

In the first segment, Rep. Debbie Dingell, Rep. Terence Mekoski, former state Rep. Andy Levin, and Attorney Terry Johnson discussed the Michigan Presidential Primary results. In the second segment, Dearborn Mayor Abdullah Hammoud and MI Dem Black Caucus chairman Keith Williams gave their opinions on the "uncommitted votes" that Biden received during Tuesday's elections.

Let it Rip: Are Michigan's new gun laws beneficial? + Trump pushing for Michigan votes

In the first segment: three new Michigan gun laws took effect on Feb, 13, 2024; a panel of experts discussed how effective they think the laws will be. In the second segment, panelists talk about Donald Trump and Joe Biden potentially going head-to-head again for president -- taking a closer look at how Michigan voters feel about them.