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Prop N in Detroit; Flint theater project; justice for missing and murdered Indigenous people


Today on Stateside, what you need to know about Prop N, the controversial ballot proposal that would send more funding to Detroit's blight removal program. Plus, we hear from the founder of the group behind a billboard campaign to draw attention to the ongoing issue of missing and murdered indigenous women. Finally, a Flint theater takes on the trauma of George Floyd and the many Black men, women, boys, and girls who were killed by police.  You can find individual interviews here...


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Kent County COVID spike; GOP birthplace; contesting ballots this election


Today on Stateside, we take a look how the recent rise in COVID-19 cases in communities around the states is impacting schools. Also, a conversation about Jackson County’s history as a birthplace for the Republican Party. Plus, we talk to two election attorneys about the possibility of contested results after Nov. 3.  You can find individual interviews here. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


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Republicans’ COVID plan; MI-11; unschooling during the pandemic; insiders in FBI work


Today on Stateside, in a House district race in the district wrapping around the top of metro Detroit, Democrat Haley Stevens tries to hold on to a swing seat. And a conversation around “unschooling” as an alternative to the hectic COVID-19 plagued school year. Plus, who helps the FBI get in the room where impending crimes are discussed. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


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Clerks prepare for unprecedented election; contentious state House race draws dark money


Today on Stateside, what military leadership makes of Michigan's active militia movement. Also, we look into a hotly-contested race Up North that could help decide which party has control of the Michigan House of Representatives. Find individual conversations here.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


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The new and improved daily Stateside podcast launches Monday, October 26


Our daily Stateside podcast, hosted by April Baer, helps you understand what’s going on in Michigan, one conversation at a time. The new and improved Stateside podcast launches Monday, October 26. If you’re already subscribed, you don’t have to do a thing! If not, just find us wherever you like to listen to podcasts.  Learn more: https://bit.ly/2H5sPLe See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


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Stateside: Political roundup; rethinking digital performance; haunted houses adapt for pandemic


Today on Stateside, we dig into the week's news from the alleged terrorist plot against Governor Whitmer to the future of the Republican party. Also, artists and architects come together to rethink what performance spaces look like in the era of physical distancing. And finally, with Halloween right around the corner, we’ll explore how haunted houses are trying to adapt to COVID-19 guidelines.  Find individual interviews here.  Support the show: https://bit.ly/358m02D See omnystudio...


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Stateside: Whitmer on kidnapping plot, coronavirus strategy; business is booming for cannabis in MI


Today on Stateside, we catch up with Governor Gretchen Whitmer about her alleged kidnapping plot, as well as the stakes of the upcoming election. Also, we talk with two entrepreneurs about launching a cannabis business amid a global pandemic.  You can find individual conversations here.  Support the show: https://bit.ly/358m02D See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


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Stateside: Wolverine Watchmen case; ten years of the ACA; rejected absentee ballots


Today on Stateside, the hearings for Judge Amy Coney Barrett have been dominating the news and one of the biggest questions has been what her nomination will mean for the Affordable Care Act. We discuss what it has meant for patients for the past 10 years. Also, an update on the preliminary hearings for some of the men involved in an alleged plot to kidnap Governor Whitmer.  Find individual conversations here. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


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Stateside: Militias distance themselves from alleged terrorist plot; nursing homes restart visits


Today on Stateside, what we’ve learned about the accused conspirators in what prosecutors call a terrorist plot against Governor Gretchen Whitmer and other state leaders. Also, families separated by the coronavirus pandemic get some relief as the state begins loosening restrictions on nursing home visits. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


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Stateside: Guns at the Capitol; pandemic parenting and mental health; reframing the “lost year”


Today on Stateside, as more information emerges about an alleged plot to kidnap Governor Gretchen Whitmer, there's a renewed debate about banning guns in Lansing’s halls of power. Also, we take a deep dive into how Michigan families are doing as they balance uncertain school plans, childcare needs, work, and mental health.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


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