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Stateside: Kildee on COVID-19 aid; green cards in limbo; novel explores dark side of small town life

U.S. Rep. Dan Kildee, D-Flint.
Steve Carmody
Michigan Radio
Representative Dan Kildee (D-5th) talked to Stateside about lawmakers' latest responses to COVID-19.

Today on Stateside, Democratic Congressman Dan Kildee talks about COVID-19 aid and his top priorities for future stimulus bills. Plus, how a recent presidential immigration order affects those seeking green cards. And, Michigan author Jeni McFarland shares her take on small-town life in her debut novel The House of Deep Water.

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Rep. Dan Kildee on balancing health and the economy in a COVID-19 response

Stateside's conversation with Dan Kildee

  • Democratic Congressman Dan Kildee represents Michigan’s 5th district.

Author Jeni McFarland’s new novel, “House of Deep Water” looks at small town life and family trauma

Stateside's conversation with Jeni McFarland

  • Jeni McFarland is the author of The House of Deep Water and lives in Chelsea, Michigan.

Green card applications in 60-day limbo following latest presidential immigration order

Stateside's conversation with Steve Tobocman

  • Steve Tobocman is executive director of Global Detroit.

Congressman Justin Amash is considering running for president as a Libertarian

Stateside's conversation with Dustin Dwyer

  • Dustin Dwyer is a reporter at Michigan Radio.
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