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Stateside: Friday, November 19, 2021

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Today on Stateside, an assessment of Governor Whitmer’s COVID leadership following a Michigan Department of Health and Human Services led press conference on Thanksgiving COVID safety; issuing a mask advisory. And, a dizzying $95-million, 10-year contract extension for Spartans football coach Mel Tucker ahead of their pivotal matchup against the Buckeyes. Then, an MLive reporter uncovers prevalent sexual assault at Michigan’s Faster Horses music festival. Plus, remembering the legacy of Nathan Johnson, an impactful Black architect in Detroit. Lastly, a Thanksgiving cocktail from the Cheers! team.

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