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Stateside: Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2023

Today on Stateside, MLive's Sheri McWhirter discussed the plans of national parks along Lake Superior to be carbon-free within four years. Plus, a Bridge Detroit investigation into the results of the controversialHantz Farms land-use project in Detroit, where a developer was allowed to buy an entire neighborhood for just over $500K. We head up north to hear how an empty K-mart has been repurposed for the sport of curling. And a conversation with folks behind an old publication made new again for Spanish-speaking residents in Southeast Michigan.

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  • Sheri McWhirter, Environment Reporter,
  • Jenna Brooker, reporter for Bridge Detroit
  • Ed Ronco, News Director, Interlochen Public Radio
  • Martina Guzman, founder and director of the Race and Justice Reporting Initiative at the Damon J. Keith Center for Civil Rights at Wayne State University
  • Angela Gallegos, contributing writer, El Central
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