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Thu June 26, 2014
Stateside for Thursday, June 26, 2014
Today on Stateside:
- The United Nations has issued a statement calling Detroit’s mass water shutoff campaign a likely human rights violation. On today’s Stateside we talked with one of those groups appealing to the United Nations.
- Some folks in Northern Michigan are getting tired of all the tourists and festivals taking over their towns. They say they just want some peace and quiet. But others argue the economic boom to small communities is just too good to pass up.
- Producer and U of M student Arjun Singh talks about teaming up with local talent to make electronic pop with wide appeal on his new EP "The Drift."
- We continue our weeklong look at how Detroit is doing under bankruptcy and Mayor Duggan's first six months in office. Today we focused on the city's efforts to turn the streetlights back on.
- As Ford CEO Alan Mulally steps down, Detroit News columnist Daniel Howes joined us today to talk about what Mullaly has built and how he created big shoes for his successor to fill.
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