Stateside from Michigan Radio

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Stateside: Budget negotiations stalled by roads; ticky-tacky apartments; pawpaw coladas


Today on Stateside , after signs that a compromise on road funding might be on the horizon, negotiations over the state budget between Republican lawmakers and the governor stall again. Plus, Michigan food isn’t known for its tropical flavors, but we’ve


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Stateside: UAW-GM contract talks; eco-fascism; trial court funding reform; history of Right to Life


Today on Stateside , with current contracts set to expire this weekend, the clock is ticking for General Motors and the United Auto Workers union to strike a deal. Plus, we'll hear how some white nationalists are blending xenophobic ideology with


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Stateside: Guns and signs at the Capitol, Detroit country music; Detroit libraries nix late fees


Today on Stateside , do federal protections against sex discrimination extend to transgender people? A federal appeals court ruled that yes, they do. We'll talk with the lawyer who's asking the U.S. Supreme Court to come to the opposite conclusion. Plus,


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Stateside: What’s next for road funding; MI case on transgender rights at SCOTUS; Cheers! book


Today on Stateside , Michigan’s House Minority Leader shares her reaction to the agreement between Governor Whitmer and Republican legislative leaders to remove the issue of road funding from state budget negotiations. Plus, we talk to Aimee Stephens, a


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Stateside: Wayne Co. tax foreclosures; Cheers! comes full circle; reviving Detroit’s riverfront


Today on Stateside , a Detroit-based company tries to mediate the “plague” of tax foreclosures in the city of Detroit. Plus, w e hear from a judge who might have made a legal path for LGBTQ people to go to court for discrimination even though there are no


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Stateside: Unemployment insurance bills; school segregation in Grand Rapids; rules of the road


Today on Stateside , what is Michigan doing to compensate the thousands of residents wrongly accused of making fraudulent unemployment insurance claims? Plus, we look into efforts at Grand Rapids Public Schools to improve opportunities for students of


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Stateside: Ban on flavored e-cigs; Consumers wants you to use less energy; nontraditional students


Today on Stateside , Governor Whitmer issued emergency rules making Michigan the first state to ban flavored e-cigarettes, which are popular among teenagers. Plus, the story of a Bay City teacher who took a trip over Niagra Falls.


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Stateside: Benton Harbor High School’s future; FBI case looms over UAW talks; what’s school for?


Today on Stateside , how is Benton Harbor High School faring after months of scrutiny from the Whitmer administration over the school’s low test scores and high debt? Plus, why did the United Auto Workers Union decide to kick off contract talks with


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Stateside: Threat of government shutdown; climate immigrants; history of Great Lakes steamships


Today on Stateside , the latest on the road funding dispute between Governor Gretchen Whitmer and Republican leadership in the Michigan Legislature. Plus, while some retirees might be getting ready to head to Florida for the winter, one Florida couple


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Stateside: Chatfield on state budget; an “unschooler” all grown up; M-STEP scores stay mostly flat


Today on Stateside , we talk to Republican state House Speaker Lee Chatfield about the ongoing negotiations between Governor Gretchen Whitmer and the Legislature over road funding and the state budget. Plus, the forgotten history of how a Grand Rapids


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