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Radio Made in Michigan
12:44 pm
Thu November 21, 2013

Current State #206 | November 21, 2013

Today on Current State: a Michigan health care non-profit on Obamacare; a new MSU study on diversity and segregation; indie film producer Christine Vachon; and "nose-to-tail" eating.

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Radio Made in Michigan
12:42 pm
Thu November 21, 2013

Michigan Healthcare org updates ACA rollout

Marianne Udow-Phillips says she wants to help policy makers make decisions based on facts while serving the public by explaining current Healthcare laws.
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Amid the chaotic rollout of the Affordable Care Act, an Ann Arbor organization is doing its best to explain what’s going on and what health care customers can do about it.

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Radio Made in Michigan
12:34 pm
Thu November 21, 2013

MSU study asks if diverse and cohesive communities are possible

A new study from MSU explores the idea that when neighborhoods are more integrated it makes them less socially cohesive.
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Many community stakeholders are interested in building communities that are both socially cohesive and diverse. However, a new report suggests these goals may not be simultaneously attainable.

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Radio Made in Michigan
12:19 pm
Thu November 21, 2013

Indie film producer enjoys success outside studio system

The MSU Film Collective showing of the Christine Vachon-produced 'I’m Not There' is tonight at 8pm in room B122 of Wells Hall. You can also hear Vachon’s public lecture at 5pm Friday in the RCAH Theatre.
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Filmmaker Christine Vachon is behind some of today’s most successful independent movies, including “Boys Don’t Cry”, “Far From Heaven” and “One Hour Photo”. The MSU Film Collective is screening her movie “I’m Not There” tonight, and Vachon will speak about the state of independent film on campus tomorrow.

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Radio Made in Michigan
12:09 pm
Thu November 21, 2013

Michigan nose-to-tail chef (colon) It’s all good

Brian Polcyn specializes in charcuterie, which is the art of preserving food before refrigeration.
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As we head into the second week of firearms deer season in Michigan, Current State’s Melissa Benmark has been thinking about two groups of people, high-end chefs and hunters, that might not seem to have a lot in common, but do share a common respect for the animals they use for food.

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