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Tue November 12, 2013
Stateside for Tuesday, November 12th, 2013
Gas prices are nudging down and big pickup and SUV sales are up.
In fact, sales of those vehicles haven't been this strong since before the Great Recession. What does that mean for the future of the auto industry? And what happens when we see a spike in gas prices again.
And, colleges and universities try to attract global attention and international students, but one Michigan professor says there are consequences to looking abroad like losing a sense of place.
But first, 24 boxes crammed with 315,477 petition signatures.
That's what it might take to effect a major change in the way insurance covers abortion in Michigan.
Pro-life activists have turned in those signatures in their effort to force insurance companies and health plans to offer abortion coverage only if a customer buys a separate rider, and a woman would have to buy that rider before knowing whether she needs an abortion.
She would not be allowed to buy that coverage after getting pregnant, even in the case of rape or incest.
Kathleen Gray from the Detroit Free Press joined us to talk about this “legislative initiative.”