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Stateside: Teens abused in prison win settlement; Detroit jazz; Bernie’s chances in MI

Marion Hayden
Jodi Westrick
Marion Hayden is a Detroit jazz composer, bass player, and 2016 Kresge Artist fellow.

Today on Stateside, can Bernie Sanders pull off another surprise upset in Michigan's primary next month? Also, the state settles a case over juvenile offenders victimized by sexual assault. And, a lens on Detroit's jazz history and living legacy. 

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State to pay $80 million to hundreds of teens who were sexually assaulted while in adult prisons

Stateside conversation with Deborah LaBelle.

  •   Deborah LaBelle is a civil rights attorney.

Celebrated jazz bassist Marion Hayden talks about the rich and lasting legacy of Detroit musicians

Stateside's conversation with Marion Hayden

  • Marion Hayden is a jazz composer and bass player.

After upset in the 2016 Democratic primary, can Bernie Sanders win Michigan again?

Stateside's conversation with Adrian Hemond and Bernie Porn.

  • Adrian Hemond is a Democratic strategist and CEO of Grassroots Midwest, a political consulting firm in Lansing.
  • Bernie Porn is partner and president of the bipartisan research and survey firm EPIC-MRA.

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