Current State #187 | October 25, 2013

Oct 25, 2013

Today on Current State: The Mackinac Center sues the Michigan Education Association; MSU Symphony concert preview; Election 2013: East Lansing city council; and The Meltwater Movement.


A new dispute involving Michigan’s recently enacted "Right to Work" law unfolded this week. On Monday, Midland’s Mackinac Center Legal Foundation announced it’s taking action against the Michigan Education Association.

MSU Symphony concert features Beethoven, R.V.W.

Oct 25, 2013
Kevin Noe
MSU College of Music

The MSU Symphony Orchestra’s next concert is tonight at Wharton Center. The program begins with Beethoven’s Second Symphony.

East Lansing City Hall
Flickr/Creative Commons

We continue our Election 2013 coverage today with a look at the race for city council in East Lansing.  There are four candidates for full terms on the council, and an appointee to the council has a challenger for the right to fill the balance of a term.

Meltwater Movement promotes Michigan musicians

Oct 25, 2013

The Meltwater Grassroots Movement is a local media group that uses community resources to make Michigan’s music scene more accessible. Through photos, video and audio, artists in the Mitten State are featured on their various social channels with exclusive content unique to The Meltwater Movement brand.