Today on Stateside, four Michigan congressmen have signed on to a legal brief in support of a Texas lawsuit asking the Supreme Court to nullify Michigan’s election results based on widely debunked claims of voter fraud. A reporter talks us through the significance of the lawmakers’ support of the suit. Also, a Lenawee County winemaker discusses how he’s trying to keep his business afloat. Plus, a Holocaust survivor and peace activist on the lessons history holds for today.
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Four Michigan congressmen sign onto lawsuit asking SCOTUS to invalidate election results
- Jonathan Oosting is a reporter for Bridge Michigan.
Why hardwoods have uphill battle proliferating in Michigan
- Peter Payette is the executive director of Interlochen Public Radio.
Black-owned winery struggles to hold on as pandemic restrictions dry up business
- Mike Wells is the owner of Black Fire Winery in Lenawee County.
Holocaust survivor Irene Butter on what history tells us about living in a divided society
- Irene Butter is a peace activist, author, and professor emerita at the University of Michigan. She is a survivor of the Holocaust, and this year, the city of Ann Arbor is proclaiming December 11 "Irene Butter Day" in her honor.
- Lester Graham is a reporter at Michigan Radio and co-author of the cocktail recipe book Cheers to Michigan.
- Tammy Coxen is a mixologist and co-author of the cocktail recipe book Cheers to Michigan.