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Thu May 22, 2014
Stateside for Thursday, May 22, 2014
First on Stateside, we take a look at the "Grand Bargain" in Detroit. The state has taken a big step closer to putting money down to help Detroit.
JPMorgan Chase is investing $100 million in Detroit's future, but what does that mean for the city, and what are JPMorgan's motives?
Only 28% of you said that Michigan is the best possible state to live in, according to a Gallup Poll. So Michigan kicked off the Why I Stay project, to find out exactly why you are still in Michigan. Michigan Radio's Mark Brush joined us.
Then, a meteor shower is headed our way Friday night, so it's time to dust off those binoculars and look to the sky.
Michigan's expansion on Medicaid – Healthy Michigan – is on track for enrollee sign-up.
Last, we learn about a fish that has a notoriously bad reputation: the Asian carp.
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