Today, guests discuss the latest chapter in the public rivalry between Governor Snyder and State Attorney General Bill Schuette. And, we hear a tale of two elephants who left the Detroit Zoo for a better life.
Today, we hear how slightly tighter air quality regulations could save lives in Detroit and elsewhere. And, a human rights activist reflects on a federal judge's ruling against a transgender funeral director in Michigan.
Today, we hear how Detroit's Heidelberg Project plans to evolve after 30 years of bringing art to the city's east side. And we discuss how religious liberty is running into hate and fear in Sterling Heights.
Today, we hear from the Genius of the Year, who says autistic people like him are an "untapped resource." And, M I Curious question asker Don Williams hears an answer to his question: Why do mental health resources vary so widely across the state?
Today, the creative and legal way some cash-strapped Michigan cities are raising money despite Proposal A and the Headlee Amendment. And, we go back nearly 30 years when Michigan coach Bo Schembechler asked questions that got the FBI to start investigating doping in sports.
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