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Stateside: Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2022

Today on Stateside, the dean of libraries from the University of Michigan discussed the aftermath of a recent discovery of a forged manuscript that was previously thought to be written by Galileo. Michigan Radio's Zoe Clark stopped by and updated us on the latest from the Board of State Canvassers. Then, two guests in the cannabis dining industry talked about the potential legal implications of cannabis-infused meals and the future of the industry. To wrap up, a professor from Michigan State University shared their thoughts on new research that explores the potential to break down forever chemicals like PFAS.

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  • Donna Hayward, interim dean of libraries, University of Michigan
  • Zoe Clark, state political analyst, Michigan Radio
  • Enid “Chef Sunflower” Parham, chef and founder, Lucky Pistil
  • Todd Redden, founding attorney and counselor at law, Cannabis Kitchen Law Group and Legal Pathworks, PLC
  • Dr. A. Daniel Jones, Ph.D, professor of biochemistry and microbiology, Michigan State University.
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