Detroit

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Rashida Tlaib has some experience being first, and not just because she is the eldest of 14 children.

As the daughter of Palestinian immigrants, she was the first person in her family to earn a high school diploma — then a college degree, and a law degree.

She was the first Muslim woman ever elected to Michigan's Legislature, where she served in the House for the maximum term of six years.

And in January, she is set to become America's first-ever Muslim congresswoman.

Detroit After Bankruptcy

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It has been almost a year since Detroit was bankrupt, and for the first time in years, the city has money to spend. Detroit has developed a four-year financial plan and reached a collective bargaining agreement with a major union, two targets the city agreed to under the bankruptcy. Although the city is obligated to pay almost nothing into employee pensions over the next nine years, an estimated $195 million pension payment could offset the city's recovery. 

10:00 Bankrupt Monopoly players must immediately retire from the game, but cities struggling financially can hang on for years. Such was the case for Detroit, when it filed for bankruptcy last week. The city's population is about a third of what it was in 1950, and its debt has grown into the hundreds of millions. This hour we'll see what's next for Detroit and look at the history of cities in the red. Guests

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