Stateside

Conversations about what matters in Michigan. Every weekday.

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Stateside: Counting absentee ballots; shortage of women coaches; Lansing administrator audited


Today on Stateside , local and county clerks are raising concerns about their ability to deal with an influx of absentee ballots in November’s presidential election. Plus, the woman who turned the University of Michigan into a softball powerhouse talks


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Stateside: Education funding gap; play turns FBI interrogation into theater; history of quarantine


Today on Stateside , a new report calls on Michigan lawmakers to deal with the funding disparities between the state's poorest and wealthiest school districts. Plus, a staged reading of an FBI interrogation takes us inside one intelligence contractor's


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A metal Cinderella story: Michigan-based band I Prevail nominated for two Grammys


This weekend will be a monumental moment for the Michigan-based band, I Prevail. When their album, "Trauma," came out last year, it became an instant chart-topper. Their single, "Bow Down" hit Billboard's Rock Top 10. Their band has been nominated for


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Stateside: Enbridge official, environmentalist on Line 5; Michigan metal band earns 2 Grammy noms


Today on Stateside , we talk to the head of Enbridge's tunnel project about what's happening with Line 5. Plus, a conversation with the Detroit-based metal band I Prevail, which is nominated for two Grammy Awards this year.


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Stateside: Tesla sales get go ahead; personal cost of activism; public funding for private schools


Today on Stateside , we look at the dispute over Michigan's ban on public funding for private education. The U.S. Supreme Court is hearing arguments today in a case that could affect how the Michigan Supreme Court rules later this year. Plus, Tesla is


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Stateside: Banking for marijuana industry; sorting invasive and native fish; tax foreclosure lawsuit


Today on Stateside , a lack of legal banking options in the marijuana industry means that many businesses are operating solely in cash—creating significant safety risks and limiting the industry's growth. Plus, a Michigan Supreme Court case is testing how


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Stateside: Voter realignment in Detroit, notable Michigan reads, and MLK’s 1963 visit to Detroit


Today on Stateside , we step back in time to the summer of 1963, to hear how Martin Luther King Junior set the stage in Detroit for the March on Washington later that year. Plus, we go over this year's list of Michigan Notable Books, which includes


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Stateside: Electroplating company’s pollution history; UIA lawsuit, Sen. Lucido comments


Today on Stateside, what the story about a state senator's alleged sexual harassment of a female journalist says about Capitol culture. Plus, a look at where Michigan's recyclables are going, two years after China stopped accepting U.S. waste.


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Stateside: Trade deals and tariffs; long-term substitute teachers; Rep. Levin on PFAS disposal


Today on Stateside , a Democratic congressman is proposing new regulations for safe disposal of PFAS. Plus, schools around the state are increasingly relying on long-term substitute teachers. We talk about what this means for students, and strategies for


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Stateside: Michigan sues 3M over PFAS; cost of Flint water crisis; Jeff Daniels premieres new play


Today on Stateside , it’s been four years since the state announced a criminal investigation into the Flint water crisis. We talked to two journalists who covered the crisis about lessons learned on government accountability and public health. Plus, the


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