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Tue March 4, 2014
Stateside for Tuesday, March 4, 2014
When you look at the gridlock in Washington D.C., the red-blue state stereotypes, and cable TV, it's easy to conclude that we are a very divided nation, but what happens when you actually use science to determine whether or not we are, indeed, divided?
We'll ask that question today, and the answer might surprise you.
Also on today's show, we'll speak with an artist who has traveled to every county in Michigan. He photographed the state's thousands of barns.
And we'll find out why ticket scalping might soon be legal in Michigan.
But first we look at Flint Mayor Dayne Walling’s annual state of the city speech. He gave his speech yesterday and we called him today.