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Current State for October 28-29, 2017

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Top row: MSU professors Dr. Jed Magen, John Valadez; Hillary Rodham Clinton; bottom left: Lansing park; Center right: East Lansing police overdose medicine; Bottom right: Dia de los Muertos altar

This week's Current State focuses on the opioid crisis. MSU's pyschiatry chair explains the potency of drug overdoses and East Lansing police dept. shares how it stays prepared for overdoses. We update people on the statewide application process for medical marijuana. Current Sports' Al Martin reviews the MSU football team's great start and a special charity game played Sunday.

The second half of Current State includes former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's words from a visit to Ann Arbor this week.  Also, how an outlaw's severed head story lead to an MSU professor to a painful U.S. history lesson and exploring the Day of the Dead celebrations in Lansing.

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Second segment of "Current State" for October 28-29, 2017.

Click here for Opioid Crisis resources

Next Medical Marijuana Information Sessions by LARA:

November 8 - Novi

November 9 - Saginaw

November 13 - Traverse City

November 14 - Kalamazoo

November 15 - East Lansing (2 sessions)

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