Listeners Respond: What You Love About Your Home Town, Arizona's Tough Immigration Law

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Arizona governor passed a controversial immigration law and you had a lot to say on the topic. We hear your responses. Beyond immigration, we got a head-start on our special broadcast from WDET in Detroit and asked Takeaway listeners to share their favorite parts of Motor City living. 

    Comments [1]

    Obi Okobi from Baltimore, MD

    My hometown is Pittsburgh, PA. A town that, like Buffalo, has been the butt of jokes for years. Though I've journeyed far, I always make my way at least twice a year, despite not having lived there since 1988. While my perspective's been broadened and I can now the problems of Pittsburgh that I couldn't understand as a child, its unique architecture, rich cultural life, quirkly warm hospitality and championship winning sports teams make it a nice town to return to again and again. Where it closer to to the I-95 corridor, I'd have moved back by now.

    Apr. 30 2010 05:50 PM

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