Stateside for Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Today on Stateside:
- Rick Pluta of Michigan Public Radio Network and Zoe Clark of Michigan Radio talk about what's going on in Lansing.
Former residents of the Brewster-Douglass housing projects talk about what it was like growing up in the Detroit housing.
The Freep Film Festival's artistic director, Kathy Kieliszewski joins us to talk about the festival, which begins its four-day run tomorrow.
- Peter Makin, one of the owners of Brilliant Books, joins us to talk about the cease and desist order they received regarding their "Book of the Month Club."
- Tom Ivacko, who manages the Center for Local, State, and Urban Policy at the University of Michigan, talks about a new survey about ethics among state government officials.
- Metro Times reporter Ryan Felton talks about Oakley, Michigan and its money-making reserve police force.
- A Minute with Mike makes the case for a new moniker for people from Michigan: "Michiganeer."