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Stateside 6.12.2018

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Today on Stateside, a watchdog group finds that one of Michigan's biggest utility companies is hitting back at politicians pushing for a more open energy market by funding their opponents. Plus, women in a Washtenaw County prison build new skills and find parallels to their own lives performing Shakespeare's Macbeth. 

To hear individual interviews, click here or see below. 

Detroit incubator brings resources, expertise to neighborhood entrepreneurs

In search of solution to Detroit’s water shutoffs, could Philly hold the answer?

Women bring Macbeth to life in Shakespeare prison program

Consumers Energy mobilizes tens of millions in dark money to defeat legislators, limit competition

Checking in with the 2018 gubernatorial candidates: Brian Calley