Stateside for Monday, May 11, 2015
Today on Stateside:
- With the defeat of last week's ballot proposal for road funding, lawmakers in Lansing are looking to billions of dollars in restricted funds. Zoe Clark and Rick Pluta explain if – and how – lawmakers will go after protected money in the state budget.
- A leader of the Socialist Equality Party talks about connecting with younger voters on issues like police brutality and college loans.
- We talk to two Michigan writers who just got accepted for a first-of-its-kind Artist-in-Residence program at the Gettysburg National Military Park.
- Who does Google think you are? Michigan Radio's Kimberly Springer shows us how to find out.
- Is the media to blame for how we talk about climate change? According to a new study by the University of Michigan, public attitudes vary on climate change based on political news platforms.