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Wed October 16, 2013
Stateside for Wednesday, October 16th, 2013
When you grab a bottle of water at the grocery store, do you ever wonder where that water came from.
And do you really know the quality of that water? We found out if it's really better than what comes out of your tap.
And, as the use of meth makes headlines across the state, we talked to one woman about her recovery and what she's doing for other addicts.
And, we traveled to the Headlands International Dark Sky Park near Mackinac City, one of only 10 designated sky parks in the entire world.
Also, musician Matt Jones talked about his newest work and overcoming a challenging year.
First on the show, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reed (D-Nev.) says a bipartisan deal has been reached, a deal that would avoid a U.S. default and it would end the partial government shutdown.
Speaking on the senate floor, Reed thanked Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) for working out the agreement, an agreement to reopen the government through January 15th and increase the nation’s borrowing authority through February 7th.
Now though the deal’s in place the House and Senate still need to vote to approve the legislation.
Michigan Democratic Senator Debbie Stabenow joined us today to give us her perspective on the issue.