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Stateside: MI election laws; Detroit pastry chef expands business; futurist Arthur Radebaugh

photo of Warda Bouguettaya crossing her arms.
Warda Bougettaya

Today, on Stateside, changes to Michigan’s election laws move through the legislature. Plus, one Detroit chef talks about seizing the moment to expand her business, and why she still makes time for the kitchen. 

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Changes to Michigan’s election laws move through the legislature

Stateside’s conversation with Jim Ananich

  • Jim Ananich is the Senate Minority leader from Flint who represents Michigan’s 27th district.

 Detroit Chef expands her business, but still makes time to bake

Stateside’s conversation with Warda Bouguettaya

  • Warda Bouguettaya is a Detroit chef that opened a new bakery called Warda Patisserie.

From small town Michigan to national stage, the futurist visions and illustrations of Arthur Radebaugh

Stateside’s conversation with Rachel Clark

  • Rachel Clark is the Education Specialist at the Michigan History Center.  
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