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Stateside 6.29.2018

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On today's Stateside, U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow weighs in on proposed changes to food stamp benefits in the farm bill. Plus, Detroit native Mario Moore's new exhibit, which he began working on after he had brain surgery, explores images of black men at rest. 

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Sen. Stabenow, anti-hunger group concerned with proposed limits on food stamp eligibility

Corn farmers frustrated by Trump administration’s slow movement on ethanol policy

Recovering from brain surgery, Detroit artist explores black men at rest

Bringing the freshwater expertise of the Midwest to the African Great Lakes

After finding “brotherhood” behind bars, ex-offenders help others navigate life after prison

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