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Wed January 29, 2014
Stateside for Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014
Thousands and thousands of buildings are set to be demolished in Detroit. Many argue this is needed in order to revive neighborhoods and the city.
But, what about historic structures? Places with deep-rooted meaning in Detroit? On today's show, we ask if there is room to preserve history. And then we sit down with The Appleseed Collective, the Michigan-based folk-group has a new album out, and we'll get a live performance in Studio East. But first on the show, we talk State of the Union. After President Obama’s State of the Union address, we got some reactions from Michigan's members of Congress. Democratic Congressman Dan Kildee weighed in on today's show, as did Republican Congressman Bill Huzeinga.