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Thu January 9, 2014
Stateside for Thursday, January 9, 2014
Last month, Governor Rick Snyder called for less coal power and more renewable energy in Michigan. Utilities are in a good position, but questions remain over whether lawmakers will be able to act before the state's current energy standards expire. We found out more on today's show.
Then, of all the physics professors in the United States, only 14% are women. Why do some female scientists give up? And what can be done to help female students and minorities succeed?
And, we heard from the BBC on how China had become the world leader for wind power.
Also, a group of “free skiers” have found a new ski location in the abandon buildings of Detroit.
First on the show, it's Thursday, time for the first check-in of this New Year with Detroit News business columnist Daniel Howes.
Understandably, he has the auto industry on his mind as we prepare for next week's opening of the North American International Auto Show. He got an early look at the show, and he joined us today to discuss it.