Stateside

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Stateside: Lawmakers’ return to school bills; driving while Black; escape with a frozen cocktail


Today on Stateside , the Michigan Senate will meet in a special Saturday session this weekend to make recommendations for school reopenings. We hear from two reporters about what factors lawmakers are considering as they plan for what a return to the


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Stateside: State House could be evenly split after November; why small town newspapers still matter


Today on Stateside , playwright and Detroit native Michael R. Jackson talks about the meta-musical that earned him a Pulitzer Prize for drama. Plus, as many local newspapers close up shop, one family has kept the Minden City Herald in Michigan's Thumb


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Stateside: What Biden’s pick for vice president means for MI; dreamy new music from May Erlewine


Today on Stateside , the “veepstakes” are over and the presumptive Democratic vice presidential nominee is not Gretchen Whitmer. U.S. Senator Kamala Harris will be Democratic candidate Joe Biden's running mate. What does this all mean for Michigan? Plus,


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Stateside: Sen. Peters on USPS slowdowns; homelessness complicates plans for online school


Today on Stateside , U.S. Senator Gary Peters joins us to talk about his plans to investigate delivery delays in the United States Postal Service. Also, a check in with a University of Michigan researcher on the impact of the pandemic on Michigan's many


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Stateside: Big Ten cancels fall football; Indigenous reporters in MI newsrooms; rural schools’ plans


Today on Stateside , were you planning on socially distanced tailgating this fall? Bad news: the Big Ten has reportedly voted against going forward with the college football season. We talked to sports reporter Chris Solari about what we know so far. Plus


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Stateside: Racism as a health crisis; Black farmers; COVID in nursing homes


Today on Stateside, a conversation with two Black farmers about the causes and consequences of systemic racism in the agriculture industry. Also, an update from the Michigan Radio newsroom on what we know about COVID infections in nursing homes.


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Stateside: Teachers unions weigh in on fall; pandemic moviegoing; racism in the restaurant industry


Today on Stateside , how a Detroit restaurateur went from prisoner to proprietor with help from a prison food program. Plus, a film critic discusses the future of movie viewing. (Subscribe to Stateside on Apple Podcasts , Google Podcasts , or with this


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What history tells us about the timeline for a successful COVID-19 vaccine


Dr. Howard Markel, medical historian at the University of Michigan joined Stateside to talk about the history of vaccine development and what a coronavirus vaccine will and won't mean when it's finally ready.


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Stateside: Primary turnout, enthusiasm; pandemic extends Miss Michigan’s reign; vaccine history


Today on Stateside , we check in with two reporters and a county clerk about what the primary turnout numbers—both in-person and absentee—were like, and what they tell us about the upcoming general election. Plus, a medical historian walks us through the


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Stateside: From “sewage sludge” to fertilizer; UM’s fall plans; farm trains formerly incarcerated


Today on Stateside , what a primary election looks like in the midst of a pandemic. Also, a deep dive into how leftover human feces and other waste from water treatment plants ends up on our farm fields. Plus, what back to school might look like for the


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