US Department of Justice ACLU Says ICE Coerced Detainees Into Signing Paper That Could Help Deport Them By Rick Pluta • Jun 19, 2018 Wikipedia Media Commons / wikipedia.org The ACLU was in court Monday trying to get a federal judge to issue an order that immigration officers cannot threaten or coerce detained Iraqis into signing a document that could help deport them. Listen Listening... / 0:34 Rick Pluta reports on a federal judge reviewing a case involving the treatment of Iraqi detainees. Federal Government Reaches Agreement To Improve Detroit Air Quality By Associated Press • Jun 10, 2016 Wikipedia Media Commons / wikipedia.org The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Justice Department say an agreement has been reached with Marathon Petroleum to reduce air pollution from a Detroit refinery. Measures To Relieve Flint's Water Crisis Underway By Rick Pluta • Jan 11, 2016 Wikipedia Media Commons / wikipedia.org State and city officials will announce more steps today as they try to address the water contamination crisis in Flint. Listen Listening... / 0:39 The Michigan Public Radio Network's Rick Pluta reports on the State of Michigan taking steps to relieve the Flint water crisis. Flint Water Crisis Leads To State Of Emergency By Rick Pluta • Jan 6, 2016 Michigan Public Radio Network Governor Rick Snyder has declared a state of emergency in Genesee County related to lead contamination of the city of Flint’s water supply. Listen Listening... / 0:41 The Michigan Public Radio Network's Rick Pluta reports on the state of emergency declared in Flint.