Stateside for Wednesday, March 30, 2016
- We get both sides of the debate over the State Board of Education proposal to let transgender students use school bathrooms that match their gender identity.
- The Yellow Dog River Community Forest Committee is raising money to preserve land along the Yellow Dog River in northern Marquette County.
- There are only two wolves left on Isle Royale and the National Park Service wants our advice on what to do about it.
- Fourteen people are facing federal charges for alleged corruption in Detroit Public Schools. Dan Varner with Excellent Schools for Detroit talks about the $1-million bribery and kickback scheme.
Our interview with Dan Varner, CEO of nonprofit Excellent Schools Detroit