On today's Stateside, state tests showed elevated levels of PFAS in the Flint River as early as 2011. State Senator Jim Ananich wants to know why no one told city officials about those tests before Flint switched its water source. Plus, what the West Michigan twin sisters running for office in opposing parties think about the country's partisan divide.
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The key takeaways from this weekend’s Republican and Democratic conventions
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How the Detroit Zoo converts manure into clean energy
State Sen. asks why concerns about PFAS river contamination never made it to Flint officials
Twin sisters running for county office in opposing parties talk polarized political climate