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Politics & Government
Mon December 10, 2012
Stateside for Monday, December 10, 2012
What are the political and economic implications of right-to-work? Michigan Radio’s senior political analyst Jack Lessenberry and Detroit News’s Daniel Howes discussed the role of right-to-work in Michigan.
Andrew Herscher's new book, "The Unreal Estate Guide to Detroit," re-imagines vacant city space. We spoke with Herscher about various uses of abandoned buildings.
Addressing our state's environment, Michigan Radio's Rebecca Williams investigated Isle Royale's wolf population.
Allen Park's "Tech Shop" has the tools to help you achieve your goals. Michigan Radio's Emily Fox visited the shop and spoke with some its users.