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Stateside 5.22.2017

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On today's show: slow internet speeds stifle growth in rural areas, but there's an effort in SE Michigan to change that. Then, middle schools kids playing a role in research being done aboard the International Space Station. 

To find individual interviews, click here or see below:

·         Ford CEO switch mostly about stock price, culture change

·         Auto company retrains Australian workers in whatever they want to learn

·         Once vanished, Michigan’s elk population is state’s “best kept secret”

·         New collaborative provides guidance, temporary space to help Detroit businesses take next step

·         Program lets Michigan students play role in International Space Station research

·         Internet speeds lag in rural areas. One cooperative hopes to change that.

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