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Stateside: Changes to auto no-fault; MI children’s book illustrator; story of Randal Charlton

two cars in a rear ending accident
Steve Carmody
Michigan Radio
Opps. A fender bender in Ann Arbor. Michiganders spend a lot for auto insurance.


Today, on Stateside, we discuss changes to medical care under Michigan’s reworked no-fault auto insurance law, and what it means for those in a catastrophic accident. Also, the artisitc journey of Michigan-based children's book illustrator Gijsbert van Frakenguyzen. Plus, long-time journalist John Gallagher talks about entrepreneurship and reinvention in Detroit.

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What changes to no-fault auto insurance law means for those with catastrophic injuries

Stateside’s conversation with Chad Livengood

  • Chad Livengood is senior editor with Crain’s Detroit Business.

“The Legend of Sleeping Bear” illustrator on painting his way through Michigan

Stateside’s conversation with Gijsbert van Frankenhuyzen

  • Gijsbert van Frankenhuyzen is the illustrator of The Legend of Sleeping Bear Dunes, and the latest book from Sleeping Bear Press, Our Michigan! We Love the Seasons.

The Englishman and entrepreneur who reinvented himself in the Motor City

Stateside’s conversation with John Gallegher

  • John Gallegher is a journalist and author who wrote about Randal Charlton’s life and renewal in Detroit in a new book titled The Englishman and Detroit; A British Entrepreneur Helps Restore a City’s Confidence.
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