We’re in the middle of a pandemic. But in many ways, it just exposed the weaknesses within the system we already have.
Our feature conversation is with Abdul El-Sayed. His views on politics, health, and our nation are a fresh take on what the potential of the country could be.
Agree, or disagree with him – I think you’re going to want to hear what Abdul has to say.
There’s a reason this former head of the Detroit Health Department, gubernatorial candidate and now author has been getting national attention on CNN and a ton of other places.
That conversation is in the player below.
Then, I’ll update you on a few things to know around town:
- United Shore was cited for allegedly violating pandemic health rules around masks and distancing
- Quicken Loans (or Rocket Companies) is now public with the symbol RKT. However, the IPO didn’t go as planned, with fewer shares sold and a lower initial share price.
- And Henry Ford has begun phase 3 trials of a Moderna vaccine.
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