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Stateside: Friday, June 30, 2023

Today on Stateside, we discussed how the Supreme Court's affirmative action decision might further impact our state's schools. Then, we took a trip to the Washtenaw Dairy to talk about its history dating back to the 1930s. We also spoke about a Flint lawsuit pitting residents against contractors replacing lead pipes, and the Interlochen Public Radio’s Points North team brought us a story about spiritual connections and bird migration. Plus, we heard more voices from Grand Rapids Pride.

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  • Kristine Bowman, Professor of Law and Professor of Education Policy at Michigan State University.
  • Sarah Zearfoss, senior assistant dean at the University of Michigan Law School
  • Mary Jean Raab, owner of Washtenaw Dairy
  • Steve Carmody, reporter for Michigan Radio
  • Dan Wanshura, Interlochen Public Radio's Points North podcast host
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