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Stateside 6.13.2018

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Today on Stateside, State Senator Patrick Colbeck pushes to make thee state's social studies curriculum to be "politically neutral." Plus, the story of how Marshall, Michigan protected a black family from a group of Kentucky slave catchers. 

To hear individual interviews, click here or see below. 

Planned Parenthood calls legislative budget cuts politically expedient

Toledo and its suburbs spar over water costs

Theater Talk: Forbidden romance, nagging neighbors, and Tennessee Williams

160 years ago, Marshall residents united to save a family from slave catchers

Midwest farmers who plan ahead could turn climate change into an agricultural advantage

Conservative politicians aim to scrub climate change, LGBTQ history from social studies curriculum

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