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Stateside: Monday, March 14, 2022

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Benton Harbor residents still don't have clear guidance from the state on whether their water is safe to drink after high lead levels were found in the city. Also, Detroit-based broadcaster Christy McDonald shares her journey to become an advocate for colon cancer screening after losing her husband, sports broadcaster Jamie Samuelson, to the disease a year ago. And Michigan recently expanded bobcat hunting in the state. Finally, an update on the Gordie Howe Bridge span entering its final phase of construction over the Detroit River.

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  • Lindsey Smith, editor, Michigan Radio
  • Christy McDonald, Detroit-based broadcaster
  • Zahra Ahmad, reporter, Bridge Michigan
  • Chad Livengood, senior editor, Crain's Detroit Business
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