Stateside

Conversations about what matters in Michigan. Every weekday.

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Stateside: More people eligible for welfare; Pure Michigan’s impact; state’s most endangered species


Today on Stateside , more people will be eligible for welfare benefits like food stamps and cash assistance under new rules rolled out by Governor Gretchen Whitmer this week. Plus, the budget for the Pure Michigan tourism campaign was zeroed out in a line


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Stateside: What’s in tentative UAW-GM deal; wet winter forecast; debate over student athlete pay


Today on Stateside , what we know about the details of the UAW's tentative agreement with General Motors. Plus, why a state lawmaker wants to override the NCAA rules that restrict how student athletes are allowed to earn money.


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Stateside: UAW and GM reach tentative agreement; decline in crop production; reimagining Gershwin


Today on Stateside , after 31 days on the picket line, the UAW and General Motors came to a tentative contract agreement. We hear about the details and what comes next. Plus, Michigan farmers face record low production of corn and soybeans after a cold,


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Stateside: Child sex trafficking sting; medical vs. recreational pot; win for blind LSAT takers


Today on Stateside , we talk with the Genesee County Sheriff about his department's latest sting operation to combat sex crimes involving children. Plus, how a Michigan man’s legal win will make the LSAT more accessible to those with visual impairments.


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Stateside: MI manufacturers and the trade war; latest on UAW strike; preventing young adult suicide


Today on Stateside , how signs of progress on a U.S. trade deal with China could impact Michigan manufacturers. Plus, one family is hoping to fill the gaps in mental health care services for young adults after losing their son to suicide.


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Stateside: What cold temps means for EEE risk; Great Lakes sinkholes; neighborhood tool library


Today on Stateside , temperatures are supposed to drop across the state next week. What does that mean for the recent outbreak of Eastern equine encephalitis? Plus, a fitting cocktail for the summer-like days and chilly fall nights of early autumn.


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Stateside: Governor and GOP meet on budget; preventing tax foreclosure; money for isolated schools


Today on Stateside , we hear the latest from Lansing after Governor Whitmer met with top Republican leaders in the state Legislature. Plus, what Michigan can learn from Norway’s prison and mental health systems.


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Stateside: Enrollment shrinks at public universities; no-tip restaurants; letting kids play


Today on Stateside , b etween anemic state funding and fewer people in the classroom, many of Michigan’s public universities are facing challenging times. Plus, a new initiative at the University of Michigan looks to provide evidence-based training on how


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Stateside: Lawmakers move to undo Whitmer vetoes; UAW corruption; subscription health care


Today on Stateside , an update on the latest from Lansing as state House and Senate Republicans try to undo some of Governor Whitmer's 147 line-item vetoes. Plus, a former UAW official calls on the union to clean house.


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Stateside: UAW strike and MI economy; Census 2020 preparation; autism, charter school budget cuts


Today on Stateside , as the UAW strike against General Motors begins its fourth week, we hear from one striker on the picket line. Plus, how Governor Whitmer’s line item vetoes will impact charter schools and autism services in Michigan.


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