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Stateside with Cynthia Canty covers a wide range of Michigan news and policy issues as well as culture and lifestyle stories. In keeping with Michigan Radio’s broad coverage across southern Michigan, Stateside with Cynthia Canty will focus on topics and events that matter to people all across the state.

Stateside with Cynthia Canty covers a wide range of Michigan news and policy issues as well as culture and lifestyle stories. In keeping with Michigan Radio’s broad coverage across southern Michigan, Stateside with Cynthia Canty will focus on topics and events that matter to people all across the state.
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Ann Arbor, MI

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Michigan PR

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Stateside with Cynthia Canty covers a wide range of Michigan news and policy issues as well as culture and lifestyle stories. In keeping with Michigan Radio’s broad coverage across southern Michigan, Stateside with Cynthia Canty will focus on topics and events that matter to people all across the state.

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English


Episodes

Stateside 11.17.2017

11/17/2017
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Today on Stateside, we hear how the USDA is working to regain trust of minority and female farmers. And, after thinking his career was over, Jeff Daniels explains he's now busier than ever.

Duration: 00:49:56


Stateside 11.16.2017

11/16/2017
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By rallying hunters, one man has donated more than half a million meals to shelters. He joined Stateside today. Also on the show, we learn why one group is putting books in laundromats and why Detroit's housing demolition program is "partially to blame" for rising lead levels in the city's kids.

Duration: 00:49:55


Stateside 11.15.2017

11/15/2017
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As thousands of hunters head out with rifles today, a tiny group of Michiganders heads out with birds instead. We talk with one of those falconers on Stateside ​. Also today, an ecologist says biodiversity could be the planet's "insurance policy," but only if we act fast. And, we learn Michigan State University sports doctor Larry Nassar is considering a guilty plea to charges he sexually assaulted young athletes.

Duration: 00:49:37


Stateside 11.14.2017

11/14/2017
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Today on Stateside , a pipeline safety expert says the latest Line 5 controversy is about lack of trust and transparency. And, we hear venison recipes and cooking tips from the chef of Traverse City's Trattoria Stella.

Duration: 00:49:47


Stateside 11.13.2017

11/13/2017
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If a juvenile lifer maintains his innocence, he may never get out of prison. We learn why that is today on Stateside . And, the executive director of the Michigan Head Start Association says the program's infrastructure is "very solid"despite the 11 centers closing in Southwest Detroit.

Duration: 00:49:46


Stateside 11.10.2017

11/10/2017
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Today on Stateside , U.S. Rep. Dan Kildee, D-Flint Township, talks about the tax reform plan being worked out in Washington. Then, are prisoners in Michigan cut out of civil rights protection? The federal court says no. The Attorney General disagrees. Plus, listen to the story of how the U.S. Army air-dropped pianos onto World War II battlefields. To find individual interviews, click here or see below: Rep. Kildee: Just saying the Republican tax plan benefits the middle class doesn’t make...

Duration: 00:50:13


Stateside 11.9.2017

11/9/2017
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Today on Stateside , Rep. Upton says the Republican tax plan will make us "more competitive with the rest of the world." We also hear about a program that helps veterans find camaraderie through beekeeping. And, after being released this spring, a former juvenile lifer talks college, forgiveness, and second chances.

Duration: 00:49:55


Stateside 11.8.2017

11/8/2017
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Today on Stateside , Gordie Howe's son recalls growing up with Mr. Hockey. Also today, we contextualize some election results and learn how a Harbor Springs boarding school worked to erase Odawa culture until the 1980s.

Duration: 00:49:48


Stateside 11.7.2017

11/7/2017
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Today on Stateside , we learn who is responsible for what roads in Michigan. We also hear how auto insurance costs can vary wildly depending on which side of the street you live. And, we talk to the filmmaker of a new documentary that chronicles the highs and lows of Detroit rapper Danny Brown.

Duration: 00:49:56


Stateside 11.6.2017

11/6/2017
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Come next January, Lansing's going to have itself a new mayor for the first time in a dozen years. Today on Stateside , outgoing mayor Virg Bernero reflects on his legacy. Also today, from mailers and commercials to donations, we hear why tracking all of the money in local elections is not easy. And, can soul food be vegan? We learn why Detroit restaurateurs say yes as they serve up meatless favorites.

Duration: 00:50:07


Stateside 11.3.2017

11/3/2017
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Today on Stateside, we discuss Amazon's next potential disruption: auto dealerships. We also hear how Detroit's lopsided mayor's race still reveals divisions. And, we discuss the bill that'd scrap state ballast water rules – the ones that help keep out invasive species.

Duration: 00:49:48


Stateside 11.2.2017

11/2/2017
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Today on Stateside , Google's education evangelist says he's living proof that education disrupts poverty. We also learn watching TV is good for you – in space, that is. Also today, we hear about a prisoner awaiting resentencing while knowing he could get life without parole again.

Duration: 00:48:58


Stateside 1.1.2017

11/1/2017
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Today on Stateside , we learn how Michigan is fighting hepatitis A to prevent its spread. And, we look back at the history of the Mackinac Bridge in honor of its 60th birthday. Also on the show, we discuss the court-martial that begins today for the Marine drill instructor accused of abusing Muslim recruits.

Duration: 00:49:52


Stateside 10.31.2017

10/31/2017
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On this Halloween day, we hear how hauntings and paranormal activities abound in Michigan. We also learn about the honor system state legislators have when it comes to spending campaign donations. And, researchers explain what sheep have to do with a possible cure for Huntington's Disease.

Duration: 00:49:32


Stateside 10.30.2017

10/30/2017
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Affordable Care Act enrollment opens this week for the first time under President Trump. Today on Stateside , we learn what's changed. And, Michigan Radio's sports commentator discusses the need for higher medical standards in the Big Ten.

Duration: 00:49:26


Stateside 10.27.2017

10/27/2017
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Today on Stateside , an author details the "ecological unraveling" of the Great Lakes. We also hear why Detroit was the "obvious choice" for the inaugural Women's Convention, and how state regulators could shift the medical marijuana industry to benefit some and keep others out. Also today, Sen. Gary Peters joins the show and says, "We can't just have an open blank check for military use around the world."

Duration: 00:49:29


Stateside 10.26.2017

10/26/2017
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Today on Stateside , the state agriculture chief warns against scrapping NAFTA, and the only female wrestler at UM Dearborn explains why she's fighting for a chance to compete against men. Also today, we recap Detroit's only mayoral debate with one of the panelists who questioned the candidates last night.

Duration: 00:49:59


Stateside 10.25.2017

10/25/2017
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Today on Stateside we learn how a tiny Michigan town became the Magic Capital of the World. And, as Vietnam vets age, a Traverse City author asks Americans to hear their stories of war and coming home. We also talk about the highest wave ever recorded in Lake Superior, and why Michigan's auto insurance rates are so high.

Duration: 00:49:28


Stateside 10.24.2017

10/24/2017
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Today on Stateside , we hear what you need to know as of now about the boil water advisory issued for parts of Oakland County. And, we learn how a Michigan law has found homes for 200 unwanted newborns.

Duration: 00:49:02


Stateside 10.23.2017

10/23/2017
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Is ketchup a vegetable again? Today on Stateside , the "Rebel Lunch Lady" discusses politics and health of school lunches. And, we learn about the bill that would give charter schools a cut of millage revenue.

Duration: 00:47:51

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