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Stateside 7.30.2018

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Today on Stateside, the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality is now saying that there could be more than 11,000 sites in the state with PFAS contamination. Plus, a Grand Rapids woman who wants to help alleviate "period poverty" in her city. 

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Widespread use of PFAS means new contamination sites “almost inevitable” says expert

Bacon: Members of 1984 Tigers take road less traveled to Baseball Hall of Fame

Washtenaw teenager challenges peers to join a “new civil rights movement”

After years of complaints, Detroit public schools lay out plan for special education overhaul

Some people struggle to afford pads and tampons. This Grand Rapids nonprofit wants to help.

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