Stateside

Conversations about what matters in Michigan. Every weekday.

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Stateside: State budget stalemate wears on; new UAW leadership; parenting in prison


Today on Stateside , the UAW’s International Executive Board meets to consider reforms in the face of the growing federal corruption probe into the union. Plus, as our series “Life on the Inside” continues, we’ll look at what it’s like to parent while you


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Stateside: New acting UAW president; a world without time zones; finding meaning behind bars


Today on Stateside , as the federal investigation into the UAW continues, the union's new acting president vows to weed out corruption. Plus, a look at how two inmates in a state prison find meaning in their lives behind the prison walls.


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 07 November 2019  49m
 
 

Stateside: Election Day 2019; window for funding restoration closing; new music from W. Michigan


Today on Stateside , it’s Election Day! We’ll see what changes in voter registration and no-reason absentee voting has meant for voters and county clerks. Plus, the director of the Michigan Department of Corrections gives her answer to the question: what


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 06 November 2019  49m
 
 

Stateside: What’s on Tuesday’s ballot; psychiatric urgent care; robots deliver your dinner


Today on Stateside , a rundown of the major issues voters across the state will see on their ballot in Tuesday's election. Plus, an urgent care center designed for mental health needs.


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 05 November 2019  50m
 
 

Stateside: $1 billion Ann Arbor school bond vote; Jimmy Hoffa’s legacy; haunted Michigan places


Today on Stateside , Ann Arbor Public Schools is asking taxpayers to approve a $1 billion dollar bond proposal to upgrade buildings in the district. We'll talk to the district's superintendent about why she believes the money is needed. Plus, Happy


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 31 October 2019  49m
 
 

Stateside: MI students inch up in national rankings; Flint mayoral race; the legend of Dogman


Today on Stateside , Michigan students are improving their academic performance in comparison to peers in other states. We'll talk about what that tells us about the success of recent education reforms. Plus, we'll hear from both of the people vying for


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 30 October 2019  50m
 
 

Stateside: Nassar scandal not over at MSU; cities and climate change; origin of Detroit style pizza


Today on Stateside , what does the resignation of a member of the Michigan State University Board of Trustees mean for the university moving forward? Plus, how Kalamazoo and other cities are preparing for, and trying to mitigate, the impacts of climate


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 29 October 2019  49m
 
 

Stateside: Legacy of John Conyers; labor’s future after GM strike; Rachael Denhollander’s new memoir


Today on Stateside , Rachael Denhollander, one of the hundreds of women and girls abused by disgraced sports doctor Larry Nassar, joined us to talk about her new memoir What Is A Girl Worth? Plus, the legacy of former U.S. Representative John Conyers, who


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 29 October 2019  49m
 
 

Stateside: 40 days on the UAW picket line; controlling light pollution; term limit reform


Today on Stateside , on the same day the UAW announces that the new GM contract will be ratified, we hear from a Michigan plant that voted against the deal. Plus, the ban on baiting deer and how it will affect hunting in the state.


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 25 October 2019  49m
 
 

Stateside: Remains of WWII Marine returned; free tuition at WSU; battling Great Lakes sea lamprey


Today on Stateside , the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol is forcing Michigan ports to make expensive changes, even though ports nearby, including one in Toledo, don't have to do the same. Plus, the long and gruesome history of the invasive sea lamprey’s


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 25 October 2019  49m