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Wed March 20, 2013
Stateside for Wednesday, March 20th, 2013
Today on the show, the city of Flint recently hired seven new police officers, but some say that might not be enough to make a noticeable difference on the streets.
We explore public safety in the one of the nation's most violent cities.
And, new data show women in the U.S. prefer foreign-made cars to domestics. We find out why and talk about what it will take for the Detroit Three to win over those women.
And there are almost fourteen thousand children in Michigan who have been taken out of their own homes by the state because of an abuse or neglect allegation.
Those kids rely upon the state to keep them safe and put them in an environment where they have a chance to thrive.
Six years ago, the state was sued over treatment of kids in its care. The state was back in court today to see where things stand. Michigan Radio's Sarah Alvarez brought us a report.