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Stateside: Monday, Feb. 12, 2024

On this episode of Stateside, we listened in to a reporters account of students' appraisal of changes made at Michigan State, a year after a gunman killed three people on campus. Then, a journalist and a Detroit resident discussed the City's plans for large solar farm projects in or near neighborhoods. Those being offered buyouts could get twice the value of their property. And with Valentine's Day later this week, a Michigan author shared insights from his recent book that focuses on the hard financial discussions that take place within a relationship.

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  • Isabel Lohman, education reporter at Bridge Michigan
  • Brian Allnut, senior reporter at Planet Detroit
  • Asher Van Sickle, resident of Detroit's Grixdale Farms neighborhood
  • Scott Rick, researcher at U-M Ross School of Business and author of Tightwads and Spendthrifts: Managing the Money Minefield in Real Relationships.
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