Stateside from Michigan Radio

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Stateside: Facial recognition tech controversy; SE MI transit plan gets update; women aviators


Today on Stateside , another attempt by the RTA to bring coordinated mass transit to Southeast Michigan. Plus, the Detroit Police Department’s attempts to fund facial recognition surveillance sparks criticism.


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Stateside: Free speech on Twitter; consequences of high deductibles; volunteer firefighter shortage


Today on Stateside , how does the right to free speech apply when it comes to the personal Twitter accounts of elected officials? Plus, we hear about how a nationwide shortage of volunteer firefighters is affecting communities in the state.


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Stateside: Census controversy not over; opioid crisis leads to morgue expansion; 2020 political ads


Today on Stateside , we discuss how the Trump administration could still limit non-citizen participation in the 2020 Census, even after dropping its pursuit of a citizenship question. Plus, how the opioid crisis is putting a strain on the resources of


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Stateside: Amash says two-party system is broken; Michigan’s tech scene; future of manufacturing


Today on Stateside , why West Michigan Congressman Justin Amash made the decision to leave the Republican Party, and what he thinks he'll accomplish as an independent. Plus, what the future of the manufacturing sector in Michigan will look like as


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Stateside: GOP road funding plan; golden age of women’s baseball; why black teachers matter


Today on Stateside , an overview of the Michigan state legislature's most recent budget proposal, which would fund roads by borrowing against the state's teacher pension plan. Plus, a new study from the University of Michigan could help policymakers


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Stateside: Why robocalls won’t stop; lawsuit over alleged prison sexual assaults; PFAS clean-up


Today on Stateside, we hear from two men who say they were sexually assaulted after being placed in adult prisons as teenagers. A class-action lawsuit filed on behalf of hundreds of other men with similar claims is finally going to cour t after years of


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Stateside: Weed and teen brains; emergency manager overhaul bills; Amash leaves the GOP — now what?


Today on Stateside , how new rules from the state are likely to shape the marketplace for recreational marijuana in Michigan. Plus, a new bipartisan proposal in Lansing would overhaul the state’s current emergency manager law.


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Stateside: Lee Iacocca's legacy; fireworks laws; infant mortality in Michigan


Today on Stateside , we remember Lee Iacocca , the legendary auto industry executive who died this week at age 94. Plus, a refresher on the state’s firework safety laws ahead of Independence Day. Listen to the full show above or find individual segments


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Stateside: Road funding solutions; legacy of James Boggs; the last Artisan of Michigan


Today on Stateside , a Republican proposal to fix Michigan’s roads is circulating in Lansing that wouldn't raise taxes. Plus a look at avian botulism, a disease that’s killing waterfowl across the Great Lakes.


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Stateside: Supreme Court rulings; AG’s legal move against Enbridge; gay rights in MI


Today on Stateside , how two new major US Supreme Court decisions will impact Michigan. Plus, with the anniversary of the Stonewall riots this Friday, we look at the history of the gay rights movement in Michigan.


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