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Stateside: Republicans’ COVID plan; MI-11; unschooling during the pandemic; insiders in FBI work

Claudio Schwarz | @purzlbaum
In light of a rise in COVID cases in west Michigan and the U.P., Republican leaders in the state legislature have come up with a plan for COVID procedures. It's also the first policy statement since the state Supreme Court decision against Gov. Whitmer.

Stateside for Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Today on Stateside, democrat Haley Stevens tries to hold on to a swing seat in one of the tightest congressional races in Michigan. Then, a conversation around “unschooling” as an alternative to the hectic school year. Plus, how the FBI turns insider tips into a viable case.

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Listen to the full show above or find individual segments below.

Republican leaders publish plan for COVID rules

  • Jonathan Oosting is a reporter for Bridge Michigan

Freshman Rep. Stevens looks to hold onto seat in MI-11

Stateside’s conversation with Beth LeBlanc

  • Beth LeBlanc is a reporter for the Detroit News

One family’s experiment in unschooling

Stateside’s conversation with Tashmica Torok

  • Tashmica Torok is the executive director of the Firecracker Foundation and mother of three living in Lansing.

From informants to cooperative witnesses: a guide to FBI insiders

Stateside’s conversation with Greg Stejskal

  • Greg Stejskal is a retired FBI agent
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