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Wed September 11, 2013
Stateside for Wednesday, September 11th, 2013
It's called many things -- the
ACA, the Affordable Care Act, Obamacare. As implementation of the law continues, so does the confusion. On today's show, we sat down and tried to make sense of it all. What will the law mean for Michigan and for you?
And, we spoke with the Detroit Bureau correspondent for the new TV network Al Jazeera America.
And, author Jim Tobin and illustrator Dave Coverly joined us to talk about their new children’s book.
And, public transportation can be confusing, especially for children. The Youth Transit Alliance in Detroit is looking to improve this.
Also, Moo Cluck Moo, a fast food restaurant in Dearborn Heights, has stepped up and raised their starting wage to $12 an hour. The founder spoke with us about why he thinks fast food workers deserve to be paid more than minimum wage.
First on the show, President Obama is conditionally endorsing a Russian offer for international inspectors to seize and destroy chemical weapons in Syria. It's an effort to avert U.S. missile strikes.
President Obama addressed the nation last night amidst the continued erosion of support in Congress for military strikes. The President's speech drew mixed reactions from Michigan's Congressional delegation.
Todd Spangler, D.C. based reporter for the Detroit Free Press, joined us today from Washington.