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Stateside: Tuesday, Feb. 8, 2022

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Today on Stateside, anti-vaccine mandate protestors disrupt traffic at the Ambassador Bridge between Windsor and Detroit, causing a closure. Then, how Carlean Gill went from preforming at Idlewild to founding a prominent Black business in Saginaw. Also, Michigan's parks look for funding as pandemic usage remains high. Plus, another installment in Stateside's abortion rights series, as we hear from a Michigander who has been a longtime abortion rights opponent.

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GUESTS ON TODAY'S SHOW:

  • Drew Dilkens, mayor of Windsor, Ontario
  • Rachel Clark, historian, Michigan History Center
  • Ron Olson, state parks chief, Michigan Department of Natural Resources
  • Nick DeLeeuw, vice president, Resch Strategies in Lansing
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