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Politics & Government

Stateside 6.22.2018

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Today on Stateside, Canada's trade minister says Detroit is a prime example of how tariffs could end up hurting the interdependent economies of the U.S. and Canada. Plus, how violent race riots in 1943 led to the birth of an early civil rights movement in Detroit. 

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Trade minister points to Detroit economy as example of U.S-Canadian interdependence 

MSU approves bond for Nassar survivor settlement

Kalamazoo’s first public library was built for women, by women

Artisans of Michigan: forging iron with 19th-century tech

Political roundup: Independent voters likely to sway November election 

1943 race riots paved the way for Detroit’s civil rights movement