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Current State | January 7, 2017

State infrastructure, substitute teachers, East Lansing Food Co-op closing, printing your own books, Election 2017, Neighbors in Action: Walls of Warmth. 

This week on Current State: We talk with Janice Beecher of Gov. Snyder's 21st Century Infrastructure Commission; Katie Cook reports on the declining numbers of substitute teachers working in Michigan; Kevin Lavery has the story of the upcoming closing of the East Lansing Food Co-op; Jamie Paisley's story on printing your own books at the MSU Main Library; Scott Pohl talks with Lansing City Pulse publisher Berl Schwartz about Lansing's 2017 elections; and for Neighbors in Action, we learn about a new program for the homeless population of Shiawassee County, Walls of Warmth.

Episode #896

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