Stateside: Rep. Upton on stimulus bill; a manufacturing pivot; one hospital’s pandemic plan
Today on Stateside, a West Michigan hospital puts into action a pandemic plan more than a decade in the making. Also, Michigan’s manufacturers assess the risks of entering the medical supply market amid a shortage of critical health care equipment needed for the COVID-19 pandemic.
Listen to the full show above or find individual conversations below.
Congressman Upton on what Michiganders can expect from $2 trillion stimulus package
- Republican Congressman Fred Upton represents Michigan's 6th Congressional District.
Homeless outreach continues in Traverse City under 'stay at home' order
Max Johnston is a reporter with Interlochen Public Radio.
Power train to protective gear: Michigan manufacturers pivot to medical supplies
- John Walsh is president and CEO of the Michigan Manufacturers Association.
- Mark VanDyke is manager of business assurance for Spectrum Health in Grand Rapids.