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Part 1:
Fixing Detroit's scrap metal problem

Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan has vowed to crack down on scrap metal theft, but those who run the scrap yards say the honest business owners are the ones who will suffer. So, what's the solution?

On the panel:

John Dingell III, Dix Scrap Iron & Metal
Andy Arena, Executive Director of the Detroit Crime Commission
State Sen. Virgil Smith, (D) Detroit
FOX 2 legal analyst Charlie Langton

Part 2:
NJ teen suing parents for college tuition

Until what age should parents have to financially support their children? The question comes after an 18-year-old cheerleader in New Jersey is suing her parents to pay for her college education after she was kicked out of the house for not wanting to follow the rules. Does she have a fair argument or is it just outrageous?

MORE INFO: NJ high school honor student sues parents; Wants judge to order them to pay for college

On the panel:

Dr. Sabrina Jackson, "The People Expert"
Judge Jodi Debreccht Switalski, 51st District Court Waterford
Dr. Gerald Shiener, Psychiatrist
FOX 2 legal analyst Charlie Langton

Part 3:
What age should parents cut off their kids?

Fox 2's Charlie Langton takes Let It Rip on the road to find out what age parents should stop providing financially for their kids, and if "kids these days" are taking advantage of their parents.

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