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Wed December 4, 2013
Stateside for Wednesday, December 4th, 2013
Can you imagine paying $7 for a gallon of milk? That reality isn't too far off if Congress can't get it together and pass a Farm Bill. We found out more about the so-called dairy cliff on today's show.
Then, scientists say Lake Superior is heating up faster than any other lake on Earth. We asked why.
And, Traverse City’s festivals are adding jobs and money to the local economy, some residents have had enough. Can a balance be reached?
First on the show, a move by the Michigan Lottery has caught retailers by surprise, a big surprise.
Earlier this year, the State Legislature said no to a budget request from the Michigan Lottery for money to launch online and smart phone lottery sales. Storeowners who sell lottery tickets thought that was the end of that.
Turns out, they were wrong.
Chris Gautz has been following this story for Crain's Detroit Business, and he joined us today.