Stateside for Tuesday, June 2, 2015
Today on Stateside:
- Bridge Magazine’s Nancy Derringer looks at tea party Republican Todd Courser’s approach to governing in Lansing.
- Can you ever recover from wounds you suffer as a child? Detroiter Kelly Fordon explores the broken lives of affluent kids in her short story collection Garden for the Blind.
- How much can you really tell about a wine by its color? Hour Detroit Magazine chief wine and restaurant critic Chris Cook explains.
- Detroit Democrat Harvey Santana, booted out of the Democratic caucus for putting bipartisanship ahead of the party line, talks about what he hopes to accomplish in his final term in the state House.
- As state lawmakers continue to look for ways to raise more than $1 billion for roads without raising taxes, Stateside’s Mike Blank crosses the space-time continuum to look for a road funding solution.