The Craig Fahle Show

Podcast for Monday, December 10, 2012

Monday, Dec. 10, 2012

The podcast for Monday includes interviews with Gov. Snyder and State Treasurer Andy Dillon along with other interesting topics that affect Detroiters.

Fox 2 sports reporter Woody Woodriffe talks weekend sports with Craig. Craig interviewed Gov. Rick Snyder on why he suddenly supports Right to Work legislation after saying many times that it was not on his agenda. Tom Curran, the Interim CEO/Executive Director of the Municipal Services Authority (MSA)--the new public-private partnership developed to facilitate the collaboration and service sharing of local units--talks with Craig about the upcoming Shared Services Summit. Wayne State University Lecturer Saeed Khan and Craig discuss the latest news in Syria. University of Detroit Mercy School of Law Dean Lloyd Semple talks with Craig about the University opening a free law clinic in a former firehouse near campus. Chris Gautz of Crain's Detroit Business talks with Craig about what the Right to Work legislation could mean for Michigan business. State Treasurer Andy Dillon tells WDET’s Quinn Klinefelter about Detroit's financial crisis and why an emergency financial manager is the only way to stop the cash burn.