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Stateside: Wednesday, April 10, 2024

On today's Stateside program, we heard reactions to the sentencing of the parents of the Oxford School shooter. Then, we listened on the details of lawsuit filed against the jails in Genesee and St. Clair counties. The lawsuit claims the two jails ended their in-person visit policies to raise revenue from expensive phone calls. Concluding the show, we learned about a new local documentary film that highlights the community that evolved from the River Rouge High School boys basketball program. It is the winningest basketball program in Michigan.

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  • Briana Rice, Michigan Public's criminal justice reporter
  • Wanda Bertram, Communications Strategist for the Prison Policy Initiative
  • Hamoody Jaafar, Dearborn-based director of "Rouge"
  • LaMonta Stone, former basketball player and coach at River Rouge High School
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