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Tue June 3, 2014
Stateside for Tuesday, June 3rd, 2014
Once the United Auto Workers boasted a formidable membership with more than one and half million members. Today: that number is drastically smaller, almost three-fourths smaller, with 390-thousand members.
Much has been written about whether or not the UAW is dead.
But, on today's Stateside, we asked, with such dwindling numbers does it really matter? And, to whom?
There is still ice on Lake Superior in the beginning of June. What is the cause?
A literary map of Detroit as seen through the eyes of writers, author’s and storytellers provides insight of Detroit’s history.
Also, want a free house? Well, if you're a writer, and ready to move to Detroit, you might just be in luck.
But, first on Stateside…
Michigan’s roads are crumbling and people want them fixed. Some estimates say it could cost almost 2 billion dollars a year to fix them.
State lawmakers are in the midst of considering raising revenue through higher taxes on gas and that has raised a lot of debate around what we already pay at the pump.
Michigan Radio’s Mark Brush set out to sort this out for all of us.
*Listen to full show above.