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Mon June 10, 2013
Stateside for Monday, June 10th, 2013
It's not often that people actively seek out a situation that ends up putting them in jail, but on today's show, we spoke with one woman who did exactly that in order to put a spotlight on undocumented immigrants.
And, communities all across the state are spending money to become more bike-friendly. We found out why they think this will help reverse Michigan's brain-drain.
Also, three Michigan filmmakers switched gears from movies to music, and this weekend they are hosting a big outdoor music festival in Clare County.
First on the show, Michigan will get $100 million from the federal government to tear down thousands of vacant houses and clean up struggling neighborhoods.
The money will be used in Detroit, Flint, Grand Rapids, Pontiac and Saginaw.
Democratic Congressman Dan Kildee has been pushing hard for this funding. He joined us today from Flint.