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Current State for Jan. 26-27, 2019

A chat with the new Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice; A look back at lame duck sessions; Why pregnancies are problematic for many black women; Michigan leading the way in new DNA software; East Lansing mayor Mark Meadows and new music from MSU graduate & 'The Voice' finalist Joshua Davis.

MI Supreme Court Justice Bridget McCormack talks with Cheyna Roth about keeping politics out of the courtroom

WKAR's Abigail Censky reports on How the December Lame Duck Session compared with past years

Side Effects Public Media reports on dangers for black women during pregnancies

WKAR special correspondent Taylor Dunivin reports Michigan authoritiesemploynew DNA Analysis Software

Serving Up Science discusses Food Evolution movie director Scott Hamilton Kennedy

WKAR's Reginald Hardwick talks with East Lansing mayor Mark Meadows about the city's income tax & growth

WKAR's Scott Pohl talks with singer/songwriter Joshua Davis about his new project "Live At The Robin"

Scott Pohl has maintained an on-call schedule reporting for WKAR following his retirement after 36 years on the air at the station.
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.
Abigail Censky reported on Politics & Government at WKAR from 2018 to 2021. Now, she reports for The Colorado Springs Gazette and edits for The Catalyst Newspaper.
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