Today on Stateside, an economist explains why "the average family doesn't really get a whole lot" from the $1.46 trillion tax overhaul. And, the mastermind behind Jumanji gives his take on the updated film version. We also learn why it's not hard for foster kids to just disappear, and what a Traverse City author is doing to try to change that. Finally, we learn why it's important to recruit black, male teachers.
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- Economist: "The average family doesn't really get a whole lot" from $1.46 trillion tax overhaul
- The mastermind behind "Jumanji" gives his take on the updated film version
- How to recruit black, male teachers and why it's important
- It's not hard for foster kids to just disappear. One Traverse City author is trying to change that.