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Mon June 30, 2014
Stateside for Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Here is what was covered on Stateside today:
· State lawmakers are back home after failing to raise money needed to fix Michigan’s crumbling roads. Senate Majority Leader Randy Richardville said the failure was “not a big deal, really.”
· Cow manure may become the source for clean water.
· Poet and writer Keith Taylor shares his picks for summer reading.
· A Los Angeles company called Celebrity Black Card hopes to attract A-list celebs to Northeast Michigan. So they're setting up an eco-friendly lodge west of Alpena from eco-friendly materials that come from Michigan companies.
· General Motors is recalling another 3.2 million cars because of ignition-switch problems. What does that mean for consumer confidence and GM sales?
· More than a half-million kids in Michigan who could be eating for free or at a reduced price won’t be fed this summer, even though the school lunch program does make food available through the summer.
· What song saved your life? Jason Towler, a special-education teacher, shares his.
*Listen to full show above.