DETROIT – Capitol Hill is always busy, but this week was especially full of high-profile activities. A day full of horrific testimonies from families and survivors of the recent mass shootings. And within hours, the house has taken steps to control the weapons, which will surely come to a halt in the Senate.
On 6 January, the Commission began presenting its evidence in the prime time. The setting of the timeline shows a concerted effort to undermine the 2020 elections, culminating in a mass mob that has invaded the capital.
Speaking of which, another wild turnaround in Michigan’s Republican gubernatorial election when the FBI arrested candidate Ryan Kelley on misdemeanor charges related to his activities in the capital on Jan. 6. Kelley is one of the Republicans in the election after half of the field was removed due to fraudulent signatures. Businessman Perry Johnson was one of the candidates to get started. He joined Flashpoint to discuss what happened and what follows.
From preventing mass shootings to the long-term effects of a pandemic, there are many calls to increase mental health services. The head of Michigan’s largest community mental health agency talks about the reality of what needs to change.
Does the post-pandemic period also promise women who are building a career in the company? A conversation inspired by the Mackinac Policy Conference on Women in Business.
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