The at-times indignant "The Bernie Bros" have made it hard for some Democrats to completely embrace the candidacy of Democratic presidential frontrunner Bernie Sanders. Brandon Dillon, the former Michigan Democratic Party chair, explains why that's a problem and what Sanders should do about it. Dillon joins Kathy Barks Hoffman, longtime political journalist and current vice president at Martin Waymire, who talks about how Sanders supporters can be off-putting in a similar way President Donald Trump supporters were tough for mainstream Republicans to get used to in 2016, among many other subjects.
Also, Rep. Laurie Pohutsky (D-Livonia) talks about legislation to criminalize spousal rape, a bill to better educate high schoolers about HIV, the shifting political winds of Livonia and . . . opossums?