Stateside for Wednesday, April 13, 2016
- A $200,000 question in Lansing City Hall as the city attorney abruptly resigns yet gets a full year's salary and more. Judi Browne Clarke is president of the Lansing City Council. She thinks it might be time to get the Michigan Attorney General's office involved.
- The Detroit Marshmallow Company has both a unique product and a community-based business model.
Listen to our interview with Detroit Marshmallow Co. owner Michele Bezue
- Michigan has a new representative on the Republican National Committee. Ann Arbor cardiologist Dr. Rob Steele was chosen at the recent convention to replace Dave Agema who decided not to see re-election.
Listen to our interview with Dr. Rob Steele
- Frank Boring, a filmmaker and an affiliate professor in the School of Communications at Grand Valley State University, explores the Michigan girls who became pro baseball players in WWII in a documentary that he spearheaded entitled A Team of Their Own.
- Hosts Heben Nigatu and Tracy Clayton talk very frankly about politics, pop culture, race and gender with a wide range of guests on Buzzfeed’s Another Round podcast. Their first live show at a college campus happens tomorrow night at the Michigan Union.