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Michigan Radio: Jack Lessenberry: Jack's Take Podcast

  1. The cost of running for Congress2018/05/15
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  2. Schuette’s land deals2018/05/14
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  3. Week in Review: GOP candidates hold first debate, and study gives term limits a "thumbs down"2018/05/12
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  4. Whatever happened to citizenship?2018/05/11
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  5. The truth about term limits2018/05/10
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  6. Michigan voters approve major school bond proposals, recall anti-Muslim village president2018/05/09
    Voters went to the polls yesterday in several cities across the state, including Jackson, Kalamazoo and Kalkaska. Michigan Radio’s senior news analyst Jack Lessenberry and Morning Edition host Doug Tribou discuss the results.
  7. Women who don’t belong in jail2018/05/09
    You’ve probably never heard of Melissa Chapman, who has spent the majority of her life in Michigan prisons. When she was 18, her violent and abusive boyfriend shot a man and forced her to help hide the body. She was sentenced to life in prison for that. She’s been there thirty years.
  8. Help the schools win the lottery: Vote today2018/05/08
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  9. Lots of people angry over "baby box" commentary2018/05/07
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  10. Week in Review: Study says oil leak would cost state billions and DMC cuts ties with Wayne State2018/05/05
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  11. The legal fight over animal rights2018/05/03
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  12. The Democratic primary has turned into a game of Whac-A-Mole2018/05/02
    Abdul El-Sayed and Shri Thanedar are each accomplished men. The 63-year-old Thanedar came over here penniless from India, started companies and made fortunes, even though he also has lost one or two. El-Sayed, who at 33 is barely half Thanedar's age, is one of the smartest and most charismatic people I have ever met.
  13. Are farmers' profits more important than our water?2018/05/01
    Last week, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency announced that efforts to decrease those potentially toxic algae blooms in Lake Erie aren’t working. When I read that, let’s say I wasn’t exactly surprised. I moderated a large forum on this subject in Tontogany, Ohio last year.
  14. The need to trust government2018/04/30
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  15. Shri, the dogs, and we2018/04/27
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  16. A rush to negotiate NAFTA2018/04/26
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  17. Bieda can do more locally than in Congress2018/04/24
    State Senator Steve Bieda is perhaps the biggest history buff in the Michigan legislature. He’s an expert on coins, once designed one for the mint, and fought to get new replicas of Civil War cannons installed on the lawn, and to get the Capitol restored.
  18. Michigan's legislature is punishing the poor2018/04/19
    The Michigan legislature is unwilling to properly fix the roads or repair the rest of our crumbling infrastructure. But there is something they are eager to do: Make life more difficult for poor people who qualify for Medicaid under the Healthy Michigan plan.
  19. Michigan State needs cultural, systemic change2018/04/13
    You might think the worst was now over for Michigan State. Larry Nassar is in prison, presumably for life. The university president who failed to get control of the scandal has been driven out of office, and one of the most powerful political figures in Michigan history is in charge of cleaning up the mess and moving on.
  20. Democrats face bitter fight for attorney general nomination2018/04/11
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Jack Lessenberry
Every weekday, Michigan Radio political analyst Jack Lessenberry offers up his perspective on the latest political news in Michigan.

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