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Stateside for Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2016

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  • In a 6-to-3 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that all prisoners sentenced to life without parole for crimes committed as minors should be given a chance to seek parole.
  • When you're running a restaurant in a city suffering through the worst tainted-water crisis that Michigan can remember, you've really got your work cut out for you. Flint resident Robb Klaty owns a number of eateries in the struggling city.
  • Business is also slower for some property owners in Flint, and one of them says it's because of the water crisis.
  • Today is Michigan's 179th birthday! Director of the Michigan Historical Center Sandra Clark checks in.
    Sandra Clark joins us to talk about Michigan's 179th birthday
  • Since the '40s, Captain America has been a symbol of American identity. Vishavjit Singh put a spin on the iconic character, and has traveled the country for two and a half years dressed as Sikh Captain America
  • Tomorrow, Michigan Radio will air a powerful documentary from the State of Opportunity team. It explores how and why the State of Michigan steps in to permanently terminate some parents' rights to their kids. 
    Dustin Dwyer tells us about tomorrow's documentary from State of Opportunity
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