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Stateside for Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2016

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  • Sen. Gary Peters is among the leaders trying to piece together money and strategies to get the lead out of Flint's water and help the children who have been exposed to it.
  • Photographer and activist Leni Sinclair captured the music scene in Detroit throughout the '60s and '70s and played a seminal role in the growing counterculture movement in Southeast Michigan. She has been named the 2016 Kresge Eminent Artist.
  • It's Groundhog Day, and while Punxatawney Phil predicted an early spring, Michigan's woodchuck, Woody, foresees another six weeks of winter. Mary Stewart Adams wonders whether we should forget the rodents and instead look to the moon.
    Listen to our interview with Mary Stewart Adams

  • John U. Bacon joins us to talk National Signing Day, Michigan's new athletic director, and the Detroit Lions in this week's sports roundup.
    Listen to our interview with John U. Bacon
  • Before Flint can tear out and replace dangerous old lead pipes, they need to figure out where they are. Martin Kaufman is heading a team from U of M working to map those service lines
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