Michigan attorney Geoffrey Fieger, whose bid to become Governor in 1998 was unsuccessful, now thinks he has the answer to Detroit's problems:  Legalize marijuana and prostitution.  On the TV show "Michigan Matters", Fieger recently said he could clean up the city in five minutes.  According to Mail Online:

‘I’d shovel the snow and I’d clean the streets and parks. Then, I’d tell the police department to leave marijuana alone and don’t spend one dime trying to enforce marijuana laws. I also would not enforce prostitution laws and I’d make us the new Amsterdam.’

‘We would attract young people. You make Detroit a fun city. A place they want to live and they would flock here,’ he added.

Another panelist on the show, L. Brooks Patterson strongly disagreed with the proposal.