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Politics & Culture
Wed September 25, 2013
Stateside for Wednesday, September 25th, 2013
So, whatever happened to moderates in politics? It seems everyone is an ideologue and "compromise" is a dirty word. On today's show, we talked to a former Republican leader who says the disappearance of the moderate is becoming a real problem in his party.
And, we talked with a "genius."
The MacArther Foundation has announced this year's "genius grants," and one of the 24 who has been recognized as an exceptionally creative individual is from the University of Michigan.
And, the new Common Core Curriculum does not require that kids learn cursive, but is that really what is best?
Also, shoplifting is now a felony in Michigan. What does this mean for consumers and shop owners?
And, a music student at the University of Michigan will have his work performed by the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. We talked to him about his piece.
First on the show, the Michigan Legislature is considering bills that would overhaul auto insurance in the state.
There are several aspects to this. Jake Neher with Michigan Public Radio Network joined us today to help us wade through what has been proposed.