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Politics & Government

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."