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Stateside: Thursday, Jan. 27, 2022

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Today on Stateside, making sense of Michigan's COVID situation amid falling hospitalization rates and record-high case counts. Also, reparations plans for Detroiters who lost their homes due to over evaluation of property, aggressive tax collections and foreclosure policies. Then, a recap of Governor Gretchen Whitmer's State of the State address, which she delivered last night. Plus, Governor Whitmer plans to restore Earned Income Tax Credit for Michiganders.

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GUESTS ON TODAY'S SHOW:

  • Dustin Dwyer, reporter and producer, Michigan Radio
  • Kate Wells, reporter, Michigan Radio
  • Bernadette Atuahene, law professor, Illinois Institute of Technology’s Chicago-Kent College of Law, cofounder, Coalition for Property Tax Justice
  • Nancy Kaffer, columnist, Detroit Free Press
  • Zoe Clark, program director, Michigan Radio
  • Laura Weber Davis, executive producer, Stateside
  • Monique Stanton, president, Michigan League for Public Policy
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