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Stateside: Thursday, Feb. 3, 2022

Today on Stateside, takeaways from recently released campaign finance reports from the governor's race in Michigan. Then, the Michigan State Fair's main building turns 100 years old as its other facilities face demolition. Plus, the story of America’s favorite Depression-Era racehorse, which begins in Detroit.

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  • Simon Schuster, executive director, Michigan Campaign Finance Network
  • John Minnis, author
  • Amy Elliot Bragg, special projects editor, Crain’s Detroit Business
  • Mike Howard, retired colonel, U.S. Marine Corps; Howard family historian
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