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Politics & Culture
Tue September 17, 2013
Stateside for Tuesday, September 17, 2013
Since the Detroit bankruptcy filing, there's been lots of discussion about the works at the Detroit Institute of Art.
Could they be sold?
But, what about the state of the state's other art museums - in say, Flint, East Lansing or Kalamazoo?
On today's show we check in on just how museums across Michigan are faring in the digital age.
And there's a job crunch in Michigan. It can cost business and job growth, but it might not be what you expect -- truck-driver shortages. What it means for the state economy, later in the show.
First, when it comes to trying to wiggle out of paying for auto insurance, the creativity of some Michigan drivers seems to know no bounds. But to all of those drivers who think they're getting away with auto insurance fraud, the Michigan Secretary of State has a warning: "We're on to you."
Secretary of State Ruth Johnson is announcing the creation of a task force to fight fraud in auto insurance all across Michigan.
She joined us today.