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Stateside: Jan. 14, 2022

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Today on Stateside, we took a look at one demographic that was left behind in new political maps released by the Michigan Independent Citizens redistricting committee: incarcerated individuals. Plus, an ACLU attorney on a new report showing Michigan State Police troopers disproportionately pull over Black drivers.

And, as the fate of Roe V. Wade remains unclear, we discussed a plan to preserve abortion rights in Michigan with a petition drive. Finally, a sneak peek into Detroit's underground music scene with record label Assemble Sound, following their announcement of a new partnership with Atlantic Records.

GUESTS ON TODAY'S SHOW

  • Warren Evans, Wayne County Executive
  • Mark Fancher, staff attorney for the Racial Justice Project of the ACLU of Michigan
  • Rick Pluta, Capitol bureau chief for the Michigan Public Radio Network
  • Garret Koehler, general manager and co-founder of Assemble Sound
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