Getting Oakland County Back to Work, Promoting Business Comeback, More!|Full Megacast, June 29, 2020

Fox 2 Sports Anchor Woody Woodriffe, State Senator Jim Runestad and other news-makers discuss the latest COVID-19 information on this full edition of the Oakland County Megacast!

Oakland County Michigan Works Director Jennifer Llewellyn talks about the programs that the County is offering to local residents to help them find a new job, prepare for virtual interviews, connect employers to available talent, and even assist residents in obtaining information about the status of their unemployment checks!

State Senator Jim Runestad from Michigan’s 15th District discusses legislation that would permit families to place cameras in their loved one’s nursing home rooms for security reasons to ensure that their family is not being neglected or abused, as well as the recent Senate Bill 956 that would prohibit COVID-19 patients from being placed in nursing home facilities. Additionally, Senator Runestad detailed a resolution that would prohibit the use of electronic data in criminal cases without a warrant to obtain them.

Additionally, Keego Harbor Mayor Robert Kalman discusses running a small city during a pandemic and how City Council has lifted some restrictions and modified ordinances in order to help local restaurants jump-start their financial recovery while at 50% allowed indoor capacity, and Fox 2 News Sports Anchor Woody Woodriffe talks about the post-pandemic future of professional sports, as well as the potential for the Detroit Tigers to be a surprise success in shortened Major League Baseball season.

Plus, West Bloomfield High School Graduate and University of Michigan Student Brooke Taylor talks about the upcoming Drive-In For Justice event to take place at West Bloomfield High School!

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