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Stateside: Thursday, June 22, 2023

Today on Stateside, we spoke with a reporter who attended Attorney General Dana Nessel's press conference earlier today. She discussed charges brought after an investigation into fraudulent petition signature collecting in the 2022 Republican primary for governor. Then, an author discussed his new book, Cinema Ann Arbor, and the linked histories of film and activism in Ann Arbor. After that, we examined what pandemic-era profits have looked like for Michigan’s hospitals amidst the severe medical staffing shortage. Plus, A Federal judge has mandated the shutdown of the part of the Enbridge's Line 5 pipeline on Wisconsin tribal land — we discussed what this means for the rest of Line 5 located in Michigan.

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  • Rick Pluta, Michigan Public Radio Network
  • Frank Uhle, author of Cinema Ann Arbor
  • Matthew Miller, MLive reporter
  • Lester Graham, host of The Environment Report
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