91.7 Ann Arbor/Detroit 104.1 Grand Rapids 91.3 Port Huron 89.7 Lansing 91.1 Flint
Play Live Radio
Next Up:
0:00 0:00
Available On Air Stations

Stateside: Reopening business safely; Great Lakes pollution rising; emergency medicine changes

Mike Petrucci
There has been a lot of conversation in Lansing about whether some businesses should be allowed to reopen. What would it mean to do so safely?

Today on Stateside, how one Detroit emergency room physician is searching for answers and solutions to handling the coronavirus pandemic. Plus, what would it mean to safely reopen the state.

(Subscribe to Stateside on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or with this RSS link)

Listen to the full show above or find individual segments below.

The checklist: what Michigan needs to safely reopen some workplaces

Stateside’s conversation with Kate Wells and Will Callan

  • Kate Wells is a reporter for Michigan Radio
  • Will Callan is a producer for Michigan Radio

With national attention elsewhere, Great Lakes pollution rising

Stateside’s conversation with Nick Schroeck

  • Nick Shroeck is Director of Clinical Programs and Associate Professor of Law at University of Detroit Mercy School of Law and an expert in environmental law. 

Despite Pandemic, Enbridge moves ahead with Line 5 applications, Tribes want their voices included

Stateside’s conversation with Kathleen Brosemer

  • Kathleen Brosemer is Environmental Director for the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians

What one Michigan emergency physician has learned, and what’s left unknown, during COVID-19

Stateside’s conversation with Dr. Charlene Babcock

  • Dr. Charlene Babcock practices emergency medicine at Ascension St. John in Detroit, Michigan.
Olive is a recent graduate of the University of Michigan, where she majored in Communications Studies and helped start the Michigan Daily Podcast section. She joins Stateside as a production intern, and looks forward to bringing the news to the great mitten state.
Related Content