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Politics & Government

Stateside for Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2015


  • Gov. Rick Snyder was hoping lawmakers would do something to fix Detroit’s schools. Instead, the governor, Detroit’s parents, and schoolkids will have to wait until next year. We have more from Michigan Public Radio’s Rick Pluta.

  • You've heard the saying, "When life gives you lemons, make lemonade." Tori Tomalia and her husband, Jason, are preparing to do just that: Pointless Brewery & Theatre is about to open in Ann Arbor nearly two years after she was blindsided by a cancer diagnosis.

  • Michigan Radio and Public Sector Consultants explored voter opinions on topics ranging from drinking water safety to concealed pistols to making the Legislature more effective and lots more.

  • Olivia Mainville is a 19-year-old from Holland. She’s releasing her first full-length album on Thursday. Michigan Radio’s Emily Fox has this review