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Stateside: Hillsdale Co. elections drama; UM Title IX policies; historical markers revisited

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Adams Township election clerk Stephanie Scott was stripped of election oversight authority after she refused to allow maintenance to a Hart Veracity voting tabulator like this one. Scott feared the state could delete old election data from the machine. Past election data is not stored on tabulators.

Today on Stateside, a look at the University of Michigan’s new Title IX misconduct policies and at Gov. Whitmer’s calls for auto insurance fund to pay drivers back. Then, a discussion about the effort to update 1,700 historical markers across the state to tell a fuller story. And, local election drama in a southern Michigan township, where a clerk who refused to turn over election equipment for a routine software check lost her oversight of this week’s vote.

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Understanding University of Michigan’s new misconduct policies

  • Nisa Khan is a data reporter for Michigan Radio.

Whitmer calls on auto insurance fund to rebate drivers ASAP

  • Rick Pluta is a politics reporter and producer for the Michigan Public Radio Network.

Updating Michigan’s historical markers

  • Sandra S. Clark is Director of the Michigan History Center and a member of the Michigan Historical Commission.

Township clerk stripped of election authority. Then voting equipment went missing.

  • Jonathan Oosting is a politics reporter for Bridge Michigan. 
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