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Stateside 7.9.2018

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On Stateside today, President Trump's tariffs on imported steel and aluminum have caused some chaos in the global markets. But would tariffs and trade wars matter as much if we did a better job of recycling scrap metal? Plus, 18 years after arriving at Frederik Meijer Gardens as a seedling, a corpse flower named Putricia makes her debut. 

To hear individual interviews, click here or see below: 

Michigan judge on SCOTUS shortlist has “razor sharp legal intellect,” says former colleague 

Stop and smell the “rotting flesh” as rare corpse flower blooms in Grand Rapids 

Royal Oak musician performed mostly in her family’s cafe. Then Anita Baker walked in.

Book on famous Michigan boys proves “you don’t have to be an adult” to do big things 

West Michigan program wants to show high schoolers a new kind of manufacturing job 

Could recycling more steel, aluminum temper the impact of a trade war? 

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