Stateside for Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Today on Stateside:
- State Representative Brandon Dillon, D-Grand Rapids, explains the bill he introduced that would stop FOIA exemptions for the governor and legislators.
- We look at why the Brewster-Douglass Housing Projects were built in the 1930s in Detroit.
- Detroit News’ Bill Loomis explains the history of St. Patrick’s Day in Detroit.
- This year a house on the outskirts of Austin’s South by Southwest Festival will feature creative design products and people from Michigan.
- State Representative Tim Kelly, R-Saginaw, tells us why he wants to lift the ban on ticket scalping.
- Roosevelt elementary is starting to introduce project-based arts education to accompany their focus on science, technology, engineering and math. We discuss how this could be the future for all of Michigan.