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Politics & Government

Stateside: Flint settlement update; Mosquito boom; flowering party store, auto supply chain

A collage of the Flint River
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Flint River (images on left), Flint Water Treatment Plant (images on right)

Today on Stateside, an update on the Flint Water Crisis settlement with Michigan Radio reporter Steve Carmody. Also, why mosquitoes are swarming Michigan this summer. Plus, botanical artist Lisa Waud brings flower power to the party store. And, a parts scarcity within the Michigan auto industry.

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

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Update on the state’s settlement with the people of Flint

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Stateside's conversation with Steve Carmody

  • Steve Carmody is a reporter at Michigan Radio.

Slap! Spray! Scratch! Mosquitoes, mosquitoes everywhere

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Stateside's conversation with Bill Stanuszek

  • Bill Stanuszek is the director at Saginaw County Mosquito Abatement Commission.

Plants or plastic? Botanical artist Lisa Waud on transforming a Port Austin Party Store

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Stateside's conversation with Lisa Waud

  • Lisa Waud is a botanical artist based in Detroit.

Auto parts scarcity roils players in Michigan's auto industry

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Stateside's conversation with Jamie LaReau and Steven A. Melnyk

  • Jamie LaReau is an automotive reporter for the Detroit Free Press.
  • Steven A. Melnyk is a professor of supply chain and operations management at Michigan State University.

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