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Current State for May 19-20, 2018

This week, we look at what's next after the $500 million settlement between Michigan State University and Larry Nassar's abuse survivors; learn how a 90-year-old school building is helping the affordable housing crunch; find out why Detroit homeowners are swapping houses; and talk with a "father of the internet." 

Cheyna Roth reports on MSU settling with 332 victims of Larry Nassar's abuse

Katie Cook reports on responses to the settlement by abuse survivors

NPR's Rachel Martin interviews MSU interim president John Engler

Associated Press reporter David Eggert reports ondistributionof settlement

Katie Cook reports on the transformation of Portland School to affordable housing

Scott Pohl interviews East Lansing Art Festival director Michelle Carlson

WDET's Laura Herbert reports on Detroit homeowners swapping houses

Scott Pohl interviews Vinton Cerf, a "father of the internet"

Katie Cook reports on a Lansing couple celebrating Ramadan (originally aired in 2017)

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Scott Pohl is a general assignment news reporter and produces news features and interviews. He is also an alternate local host on NPR's "Morning Edition."
Before becoming the newest Capitol reporter for Michigan Public Radio Network, Cheyna Roth was an attorney. She spent her days fighting it out in court as an assistant prosecuting attorney for Ionia County.
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