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Stateside 6.25.2018

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Today on Stateside, Detroit Public Schools Community District has a long list of building repairs that will cost around $500 million to fix. But the district has no way to borrow the money it needs to pay for those repairs. Plus, how Michigan libraries ended up on the front lines of the state's opioid crisis. 

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Detroit schools face ballooning repair costs with no way to pay for them

Brothers’ childhood in rural Michigan inspires new Disney cartoon

The secret lives of Michigan’s native bees

Nonprofit redesigns Amish farm equipment for African communities

Libraries find themselves on the front lines of Michigan’s opioid crisis

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