Stateside

Conversations about what matters in Michigan. Every weekday.

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Stateside: MI congressional delegation on impeachment; term limits lawsuit; a Thanksgiving cocktail


Today on Stateside , we recap the Michigan congressional delegation's reactions to the impeachment inquiry. Plus, following the recent settlement of a discrimination lawsuit against Founders Brewing Co., we talk to people of color in Michigan's food and


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Stateside: GM sues Fiat Chrysler; shrinking revenue for municipalities; is there a right to read?


Today on Stateside , General Motors is suing rival automaker Fiat Chrysler. We’ll hear about how corruption charges against the UAW and Fiat Chrysler are at the heart of the lawsuit. Plus, a case before a federal appeals court looks at whether some


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Stateside: Firefighter shortage; holiday greetings on vinyl; first-generation college students


Today on Stateside , fewer people are stepping up to serve as volunteer firefighters. What does that mean for the safety of Michigan communities? Plus, how best to support non-traditional students in their career paths.


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Stateside: Enrollment shrinks at public universities; Halifax explosion; subscription health care


Today on Stateside , how anemic state funding and fewer students in the classroom are posing challenges for Michigan’s public universities. Plus, why some physicians choose to practice direct primary care.


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Stateside: Movement on regional transit; business tax incentives; missed lessons from PBB crisis


Today on Stateside, a reboot of efforts to expand regional transit in Southeast Michigan. Plus, as the state tackles PFAS contamination, we look at the lessons missed in the 1973 PBB crisis in St. Louis, Michigan.


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Stateside: Auto insurance changes begin; new rules to protect water; politics of deer baiting


Today on Stateside , new draft regulations for PFAS in drinking water take a step closer to becoming a reality. Plus, Detroit struggles to get landlords to comply with rules that protect renters.


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State moves forward on draft rules to regulate PFAS in drinking water


The state of Michigan is a step closer to establishing the limits of PFAS in drinking water. PFAS is a family of chemicals that have been discovered in high levels in drinking water at sites across the state. Yesterday the Environmental Rules Review


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Stateside: Booze shortage in MI; UAW workers on union’s future; contaminated drinking water


Today on Stateside , UAW rank and file members watch and worry as an ongoing federal corruption probe casts doubt over top leadership. Plus, we hear about the challenges of ensuring clean drinking water in America.


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Stateside: Critical minerals; empowering Muslim girls with books; Detroit zoo and climate change


Today on Stateside , we hear from two sisters working to increase Muslim representation in the books at libraries. Plus, we talk to the director of the Detroit Zoo about the role that zoos can play in addressing the impacts of climate change.


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Stateside: Early snow hurts farmers; DACA recipient faces uncertainty; history of sanctuary churches


Today on Stateside , this year’s multiple weather-related curveballs have spelled out an uncertain future for some of Michigan’s corn farmers. Plus, we hear from a Michigander whose future depends on the upcoming U.S. Supreme Court decision on the fate of


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