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Tue March 26, 2013
Stateside for Tuesday, March 26, 2013
It's been 80 years since the Detroit Industry murals debuted at the Detroit Institute of Arts.
On today's show, we'll take a look at the controversy surrounding those famous works by Diego Rivera
Just what would the artist think about labor and industry in present-day Michigan?
Also, the TSA will allow small knives onboard flights, and we'll have more on the biodiversity bill in front of the Michigan Legislature.
We also met up with Ryan Stegman. From his basement studio in Grand Blanc, Stegman is drawing Spiderman. He's been commissioned to draw the firs three issues of the brand-new "Superior Spider Man" series.
But first up on today's show, Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette this morning called for a grand jury investigation into contaminated steroids linked to hundreds of cases of illness and 14 deaths in Michigan.
The request was filed today with the state Court of Appeals.
If the court says yes to the investigation, the judge who would lead it and the grand jurors would be drawn from Macomb, Genesee, Livingston, and Grand Traverse counties. Those are the counties where the clinics that administered the contaminated steroid injections are located.
It’s a somewhat unusual step to ask for a grand jury investigation.