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Stateside: Friday, March 11, 2022

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Today on Stateside, U.S. Department of Energy Secretary and former governor of Michigan Jennifer Granholm returns to the state to tour sustainability businesses. Plus, an essay from Ann Arbor-based writer Tamar Charney tackles the anxiety surrounding nuclear threats.

Then, the federal trial of four defendants accused of a plot to kidnap Governor Whitmer begins. Also, PJ's Lager House gears up from Detroit's first St. Patricks Day parade since 2019. And, Interlochen Public Radio brings the latest installment of their podcast series, [Un]Natural Selection.

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GUESTS ON TODAY'S SHOW:

  • Jennifer Granholm, U.S. Secretary of Energy
  • Tamar Charney, writer
  • Dustin Dwyer, reporter, Michigan Radio
  • PJ Ryder, owner, PJ's Lager House
  • Dan Wanschura, program director, Interlochen Public Radio
  • Morgan Springer, contributing editor, Interlochen Public Radio
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