Saturday • April 20
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A Conversation with Democratic nominee Virg Bernero
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Scott goes one on one with Virg Bernero, Mayor of Lansing and Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate, about his campaign and his plan to improve Michigan’s economy. We’ll also hear Scott’s take on the Blagojevich verdict, the Dr. Laura Controversy, and the Ground Zero Mosque.
Episode Segments:
Crime Time Live: Know Your Rights
Scott outlines what we’ll be talking about today, comments on the Ground Zero Mosque, and stresses the need to always know your rights, starting by reading out Constitution.
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Crime Time Live: Trials and Mosques
After slogging through the court system for over a year, the State of Illinois could only manage one guilty count against former Governor Blagojevich. Should the state go through the trouble and cost of a retrial? Then, why the mosque should be built near Ground Zero as planned.
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Crime Time Live: Gubenatorial Candidate Virg Bernero
Scott interviews the Democratic candidate for Governor Virg Bernero about what his plans are to bring jobs back to the state, his belief in the auto industry, his plan of the Michigan State Bank, and his reputation as the Mad Mayor.
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Crime Time Live: Your First Amendment Rights
Scott explains the best ways to make the most of your right to vote, and also comments on the Dr. Laura controversy.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Virg Bernero
ansing Mayor Virg Bernero is the chief executive of Michigan's sixth largest city. Now starting his fifth year as mayor, Bernero tackles the challenges of today's economy with a fierce determination to bring common sense reforms to government and to create a favorable business climate for new, job-creating investments. And he's getting results. Under Bernero's leadership, Lansing has leveraged more than a half-billion dollars in new investment that will retain and create more than 6,000 jobs. Even in the face of serious revenue losses and rising costs, Bernero erased more than $40 million in city budget deficits without raising taxes by making government more efficient and more accountable.

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