We looked inside some of the tweets by @MayorMikeDuggan and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Once the new law goes into effect next Spring, 80,000 more Detroiters can have those mistakes expunged from their record through Project Clean Slate. But you can get the process started today at https://t.co/9vJGYyWyAU
Hate recently found its way to the doorstep of life partners, April and Michelle. In the face of that ugliness, they showed the kind of resilience Detroiter's are known for. That’s why we stand together with Good Cakes and Bakes and all of our LGBTQ neighbors and businesses. https://t.co/o3l0VlEKUq
Right now, Detroit needs jobs and we are deeply appreciative that Hillwood and the Sterling Group have made our city its choice to purchase the former Michigan State Fairgrounds with the potential to bring more than 1,200 good paying jobs. More info here https://t.co/pJSBpByNdv https://t.co/31Isc0bYSH
Good riddance. Being bigoted, arrogant, and stupid must be a miserable way to go through life. https://t.co/fNWsEvIVzf
"One thousand, five hundred apprentices - students - are going to be paid," Duggan said. "Unlike other places where you pay tuition while you learn, this is an opportunity for you to get paid." https://t.co/u07ZUegu3v
The bond between the Detroit Police Department and this community was strong enough that we could handle the protests ourselves. We’ve made it very clear that Department of Homeland Security people coming to town to deal with protestors is not going to be acceptable. https://t.co/CjWHwIfwmv