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Politics & Culture
Tue July 2, 2013
Stateside for Tuesday, July 2nd, 2013
Do you trust your government? What about your government? Do your elected leaders trust you?
Disapproval rates of Congress are at all-time lows - gridlock, and indecision. Can we change the dynamic, and what does it mean going forward?
And census results show a surprising trend: the state's male population is growing. We took a look at what's behind the numbers.
Also we spoke with Michael Narlock, head of Astronomy at the Cranbrook Institute of Science, about the best places to go in Michigan for stargazing this summer.
And Darrin Camilleri, President of the Michigan Federation of College Democrats, joined us to talk about increasing tuition and raised interested rates for student loans.
Also we continued our week-long series of stories from immigrants about what America means to them.
Today we heard from Linda Steinke, whose family came to the U.S. from Iran in the 1970s when her father had the opportunity to work in the auto industry.
First on the show, the group Keep Michigan Wolves Protected has filed language with the Secretary of State to put another petition on the 2014 ballot. The group wants to ban wolf hunting in Michigan.
If the language is approved, the group will try and collect more than 160 thousand signatures to put the question to voters.
Rick Pluta, the Lansing Bureau Chief for the Michigan Public Radio Network joined us today.