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Politics & Culture
Mon March 24, 2014
Stateside for Monday, March 24, 2014
After a dizzying three days, what's next for the historic same-sex marriage case in Michigan, and what is the legal status of all those gay couples who lined up to get married on Saturday?
Some in the Michigan Legislature want to expand the number of troubled schools that can fall under Michigan's Educational Achievement Authority. Is it too soon to expand the EAA? We spoke with Kathy Gray of the Detroit Free Press.
Also, a new book compiled from research by two female sociologists investigates what happens to college women when they put partying above studying. The researchers joined us today to talk about what they found.
And we discuss the possibility of year-round schools in Michigan.