Stateside for Wednesday, March 15, 2016
- For Sunshine Week: Rodd Monts with the Michigan ACLU tells us more about the ACLU’s stance on body-worn cameras and recommendations.
- As the nation's creative community focuses on SXSW in Texas for the next couple of days, they will get a chance to discover Michigan. That's because Michigan House is back at SXSW.
Listen to our conversation with Joe Voss.
- We continue the conversation with writer Shaka Senghor about his journey to a new life and a new self during 19 years in prison.
- The House Oversight Committee gets a searing review of the EPA's role in the Flint water crisis. Michigan Radio’s Rick Pluta has more.
Listen to our conversation with Rick Pluta.
- NPR's Diane Rehm shares the story of her husband's death from Parkinson's disease.