Stateside for Tuesday, March 1, 2016
- Craig Mauger, the executive director of the Michigan Campaign Finance Network, joined Stateside to review some of the political spending numbers from 2015.
- Imam Yahya Luqman and Mahir Osman talked about how Michigan’s Muslim community works to keep its young people from being radicalized.
- That adorable puppy with braces you're seeing all over the internet? His name is Wesley and he's from Michigan.
- Muskegon Heights has a new opponent for the school's final home basketball game this week – after another school canceled. Muskegon County Prosecutor D.J. Hilson explained why he wants the place packed.
- Tina Reynolds and Rebecca Meuninck are members of the Michigan Alliance for Lead Safe Homes. They joined Stateside to talk about why Michigan needs stronger policies to protect our kids from lead.
Listen to Stateside's interview with Tina Reynolds and Rebecca Meuninck about Lead Education Day in Lansing on Wednesday, March 2.