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Tue November 19, 2013
Stateside for Tuesday, November 19th, 2013
Three more Michigan communities have voted to decriminalization small amounts of marijuana. But, one former Ambassador says there are international implications to this decision. We find more on today's show.
And we speak to a Michigan professor who has spent the past decade putting together what's being called the most thorough reference on Buddhism to ever be produced in English.
A pop history quiz for you: which state was the very first to recognize the importance of civil rights - important enough to create a Civil Rights Commission whose mission was ensuring each citizen receives equal protection without discrimination?
The answer: Michigan. It was 1963 when Michigan voters approved the plan to set up the first Civil Rights Commission in American history. 50 years later, the newest director of the Michigan Department of Civil Rights is a former state trooper, and the first Native American to lead the Civil Rights Department.