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Politics & Government

Stateside: Redistricting; vaccine mandate; college athletes getting paid; Detroit Public Theatre

Capitol Building in Lansing, MI
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Today on Stateside, Michigan’s Supreme Court declines to extend deadlines for redrawing legislative boundaries. Also, one union pushes back on Trinity Health vaccine policy. Plus, how some Michigan college athletes flex the earning potential of their names, images and likeness. And, how the Detroit Public Theatre leveraged the pandemic year to find a new home, and set the stage for a new future.

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

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Michigan Supreme Court declines to extend deadlines for redrawing legislative boundaries

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Stateside's conversation with Steve Carmody

  •  Steve Carmody is a reporter at Michigan Radio.

Trinity Health vaccine mandate poses “tough decision” for employees, says union member

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Stateside's conversation with Cassidy Hobby

  •   Cassidy Hobby is a patient care assistant at Mercy Hospital in Muskegon.

How some Michigan college athletes flex the earning potential of their names, images and likeness

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Stateside's conversation with Andrew Kahn

  • Andrew Kahn is a men’s basketball and football beat writer at MLive.

Detroit Public Theatre on hope and renewal in the wake of  the pandemic

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Stateside's conversation with Sarah Winkler and Courtney Burkett

  • Sarah Winkler and Courtney Burkett are co-founders and producing artistic directors of the Detroit Public Theatre.
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