Today on Stateside, we hear from the family and lawyer of Raheel Siddiqui, a Muslim-American Marine recruit who died after just 11 days of boot camp on Parris Island. His family and lawyer insist Raheel's death was "not caused by any misconduct of his own." And, we hear an update on Michigan's juvenile lifers – inmates who were sentenced to life without parole when they were juveniles. Are they getting the shot at a second chance that the U.S. Supreme Court said they should?
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- Michigan still lags in complying with Supreme Court and re-sentencing juvenile lifers
- Merit-based immigration plan could cost Michigan jobs, hurt agricultural industry
- Rural homelessness is often overlooked. Pilot program in Cedar Springs wants to change that.
- Raheel Siddiqui family and lawyer: Marine recruit's death "not caused by any misconduct of his own"