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Politics & Culture
Wed November 13, 2013
Stateside for Wednesday, November 13, 2013
On the show today, a surprising new study shows binge drinking is up among high school students, and that's not all. It's a rising problem across the Midwest.
Then, a very personal story from a filmmaker who overcame being a bully, and how her mission to educate kids and parents resulted in a powerful film. And, we took a look at Michigan House Speaker Jase Bolger's visit to Detroit and what he learned while there.
First on the show, As Detroit's troubles and "dirty laundry" have been aired out on a world-wide stage, there has been plenty of finger-pointing and judging of the city's leaders, employees, retirees and citizens.
But a new analysis from Michigan State University suggests we might want to hold up on judging Detroit and take a look at our own cities and towns.
That MSU report finds cities all around Michigan face the very same mountain of "legacy" debt that toppled Detroit.
Study co-author Eric Scorsone joined us today.