Stateside for Monday, November 3, 2014
Today on Stateside:
Kathy Gray, Lansing bureau reporter for the Detroit Free Press, walks us through what the State House and Senate could look like after the midterm elections.
We discuss Fiat Chrysler Automobile’s announcement to shed Ferrari and what it could mean for the company.
West Michigan native and creator of the now infamous video of a woman receiving catcalls while walking around New York City talks to us about what led him to creating this video.
Dr. Maria Silvera, assistant professor of internal medicine at the University of Michigan, spoke to us about what Brittany Maynard's fight for the right-to-die issue could mean for the movement in Michigan.
Stateside’s It’s Just Politics team tells us about 5 things to watch in the upcoming election.
Roads are an increasingly important issue for many Michigan voters, but little is being accomplished to improve their crumbling conditions. What can be done if legislation fails to pass again?
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