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Current State for September 16-17, 2017

Top Row: Medical marijuana in Michigan, Map of electric line proposed for under Lake Ontario; Bottom row: ESPN's Jamele Hill, MSU's Spartan Stadium, Blurred Lines author Vanessa Grigoriadis

This weekend, Current State looks closer at the Lansing and the state of Michigan's new regulations of medical marijuana and what it will mean for dispensaries, patients and law enforcement. Also, three local sports columnists or hosts weigh in on MSU graduate/ESPN host Jamele Hill's Twitter comments about President Trump. 

Also the author of a book about stopping sexual assault on campus talks with Scott Pohl. Also, learn why some residents are critical of  Michigan company's new plan for the Great Lakes. And we'll gobble up some timely advice about holding a tailgating party. 

Links to the stories on our show this weekend:

Medical Marijuana regulation changes in Lansing - reported by Katie Cook

Medical Marijuana dispensaries in Michigan must close December 15 - reported by Cheyna Roth

Jamele Hill discussion by WKAR's Al Martin, Lansing State Journal columnist Graham Couch and Team 92.1 FM's Rico Beard

Interview of Bishop Int'l. Airport officer by Kevin Lavery

Efforts to Build Law Enforcement Memorial in Michigan - reported by Kevin Lavery

Interview with Blurred Lines author Vanessa Grigoriadias about sexual assaults on college campuses by Scott Pohl

Michigan company that wants to build electrical line under Great Lakes - reported by Angelica Morrison

Riverwalk Theater couple - reported by Jamie Paisley

Advice for Tailgating - Chef Kurt and Russ White

Second segment of "Current State" for September 16-17, 2017.

Music featured on our show this weekend:

Demi Lovato - "Confident"

The Fray - "You Found Me"

Pat Dailey - "The Great Lakes Song"

Earth, Wind and Fire - "September"

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