Today’s show is in four parts.

– First, Norris Howard talks about Michigan’s new hands-free driving law and the impacts.

– Then, Detroit’s office spaces are reportedly 50 percent physically empty, and the pivot is to residential as the whole hybrid / work from home thing is more sticky than first thought.

– Water mains are breaking all over the city as demand for water is up.

– And then, Dr. Paul Thomas from Plum Direct Primary Care shares what to know about the terrible air quality that Metro Detroit is suffering due to more than 150 wildfires in Quebec. The numbers for a time put Detroit among the most polluted places in the world. Canada’s on pace for a record number of wildfires, so there may be more to come. Dr. Paul Thomas explains what you need to know, what to look out for, and who should be most concerned.

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