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Stateside: Speaker Chatfield on opening economy; disruptions in food supply; poet Nandi Comer

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Is your local grocery store still out of bread? It has more to do with the food supply chain than with personal hoarding.

Today on Stateside, State House Speaker Lee Chatfield talks about the Republican plan to slowly reopen some sectors of the state economy. Plus, the wierd logic of grocery store shortages. 

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Listen to the full show above or find individual segments below.

Why can’t I find bread?! Disruptions in food supply likely to continue

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Stateside’s conversation with Dustin Walsh

  • Dustin Walsh is a senior reporter at Crain’s Detroit Business

Tapping out: poet Nandi Comer’s obsession with the world of lucha libre

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Stateside's conversation with Nandi Comer

  • Nandi Comer is a poet, Detroit native, and recipient of a Kresge fellowship

State House Republicans propose tiered “roadmap” to ending stay-at-home order

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Stateside’s conversation with Lee Chatfield

  • Lee Chatfield is Michigan’s State House Speaker

Funeral homes adjust as COVID-19 upends the business of death

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A conversation between Doug Tribou and Sarah Cwiek

  • Doug Tribou is Michigan Radio’s Morning Edition host
  • Sarah Cwiek is a reporter covering Detroit for Michigan Radio
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