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Stateside: ACA challenge at U.S. Supreme Court; auto industry's electric future; MI's exit polls

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The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday in a case that could overturn the Affordable Care Act. If that happens, it could have huge implications for many Michiganders.

Today on Stateside, we talk about what’s at stake as the U.S. Supreme Court considers a Republican challenge to the Affordable Care Act. Also, what the future of the auto industry looks like under President-elect Biden. Plus, we dig into early election results to see what we can learn about Michigan voters.

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

What's at stake for Michiganders in ACA challenge before the U.S. Supreme Court

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Stateside’s conversation with Marianne Udow Phillips

  • Marianne Udow Phillips is the founding director of the Center for Health and Research Transformation at the University of Michigan. 

With Biden win, the Big Three position themselves for an electric future

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Stateside’s conversation with Daniel Howes

  • Daniel Howes is a columnist and associate business editor with the Detroit News. 

Republicans fare well in northern Michigan, but Trump wins less

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Taylor Wizner reports

  • Taylor Wizner is a reporter for Interlochen Public Radio. 

What can exit polls tell us about Michigan's shifting political landscape?

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Stateside’s conversation with Mark Grebner and Angela Ocampo

  • Mark Grebner is a long-time political consultant and founder of  Practical Political Consulting based in East Lansing. He is also a Democratic Ingham County Commissioner.
  • Angela Ocampo is an assistant professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Michigan.
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