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Stateside 6.21.2018

Today on Stateside, a CDC report on the health effects of PFAS, initially buried by the White House and EPA, recommends a much lower threshold for exposure to the chemicals. Plus, a quirky summer festival that combines Great Depression-era farming and ooey-gooey sticky buns. 

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Candidates tried to set themselves apart at first Democratic gubernatorial debate

Visiting Russian journalist talks Trump-Putin, roadkill, and impressions of Michigan

Sticky buns meet Great Depression farming at Grayling festival

New CDC report finds federal PFAS health standard too lax

Fifth-grade teacher spreads pollen and a love of bees in Detroit

Violence spread to Woodward Avenue on second day of 1943 race riots

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