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Politics & Government

Stateside for Thursday, December 3, 2015

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  • Windsor is preparing to take in between 200 and 600 Syrian refugees over the next few months. Mayor Drew Dilkens tells us about the city's preparations.
     
  • As we move through the last month of 2015, automakers are on a fast sales track. Forecasters think 2016 could be even stronger. But Daniel Howes is here with an important reminder: what goes up always comes down, and then what?
     
  • Dick Siegel sits down with us to talk about songwriting and play some guitar ahead of his show at The Ark this Saturday.
     
  • Jeff DeGraff talks with us about the importance of creating a culture of innovation in Michigan.
     
  • Some people create with paint and brushes, others with musical notes or a camera. Earl Young found his muse in nature and channeled his artistic vision using massive glacial boulders, limestone, and fieldstone. Brian Belanger and David Miles tell us about Young's unique "mushroom houses."