Today on Stateside, a Michigan official responds to the controversy surrounding Wisconsin’s quiet approval of a 2010 request to divert nearly 11 million gallons of Great Lakes water per day. Plus, a comic book that explores the repatriation of Native American remains and the relationship between indigenous tribes and museums.
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- Grant Trigger, Michigan's representative to the Great Lakes Compact Council, talks about the state's response to news that Wisconsin officials in 2010 approved a village's request to divert an additional 7.49 million gallons of water from Lake Michigan.
Bacon: Yes, your TV was working correctly. The Lions really did beat the Patriots.
- Michigan Radio’s sports commentator John U. Bacon on the Detroit Lion’s surprise Sunday night victory against the New England Patriots, the Tigers' last home game, and Tiger Woods' "third act."
- Kettering University student Ruth Willet talks about what prompted her to reestablish an amateur radio club on her campus, and why she believes that “ham” radio is still useful and relevant to the world today.
- Kevin King, head of branch and circulation services at the Kalamazoo Public Library, and Gail Madziar, executive director of the Michigan Library Association, share how public libraries across the state are helping patrons struggling with opioid addiction.
- University of Massachusetts professor Sonya Atalay and Ziibiwing Center of Anishinaabe Culture & Lifeways Director Shannon Martin talk about Journeys to Complete the Work… and Changing the Way We Bring Native American Ancestors Home, a comic book they co-authored that seeks to explain the tribal repatriation experience and the relationship between museums and indigenous tribes.