Stateside for Monday, April 27, 2015
Today on Stateside:
Rick Pluta of the Michigan Public Radio Network explores what we can expect to hear tomorrow from the Supreme Court justices on Michigan’s historic same-sex marriage case.
Michigan Radio's It's Just Politics co-host Zoe Clark speaks with Stateside's Cynthia Canty about why lawmakers are staying mum on the May 5 road-funding vote.
Our latest contributor to The Next Idea discusses the effects of voter mistrust in Michigan.
Our Poetically Speaking series continues with writer Keith Taylor, who shares his new chapbook of poetry, Fidelities.
We come in contact with thousands of chemicals through consumer products we use every day. Two filmmakers raise the question: what's all that doing to our health?
It's the bicentennial of the Michigan meridian. Just what is it, and how did it help shape the state into what we know so well when we look at a map?