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Radio Made in Michigan
11:30 am
Wed December 11, 2013

Current State #218 | December 11, 2013

Today on Current State: abortion legislation; state House democratic leader Tim Greimel; GM's new boss; East Lansing Rotary; and a time capsule in Grand Ledge.

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Radio Made in Michigan
11:29 am
Wed December 11, 2013

Legislature's stare down with Right to Life a rarity

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The state Legislature is in its final week of voting before it adjourns for the year. One of the big questions is whether lawmakers will cast votes on a controversial anti-abortion issue this year.

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Radio Made in Michigan
11:27 am
Wed December 11, 2013

House Dem leader Greimel on year-end legislative push

Tim Greimel leads Democrats in the state House.
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The last day of the Michigan legislature’s 2013 session is scheduled to be tomorrow.  That’s ramped up efforts by majority Republicans to pass several proposals generating a lot of debate.

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Radio Made in Michigan
11:20 am
Wed December 11, 2013

GM’s first female CEO could face a call for employee raises

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Yesterday, General Motors announced Mary Barra would become the company's next CEO. Barra is the first female CEO of a major U.S. auto company.

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Radio Made in Michigan
11:11 am
Wed December 11, 2013

Neighbors in Action: East Lansing Rotary Club

The East Lansing Rotary is working with the city of East Lansing to replace the wooden playground structure at East Lansing’s Patriarche Park.
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It’s Wednesday and time for our Neighbors in Action segment, where Current State features people and organizations working to make the Greater Lansing community a better place. This week, we feature the East Lansing Rotary.

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Radio Made in Michigan
11:07 am
Wed December 11, 2013

Grand Ledge church looks to solve time capsule mystery

Earlier this year, members of Trinity Episcopal Church in Grand Ledge opened a century-old time capsule. A package, likely containing letters and photographs, was found inside the copper box and marked for the descendants of Rev. J.E. Foote, whom the church has yet to identify.
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Earlier this year, as part of its centennial celebration, members of the Trinity Episcopal Church in Grand Ledge removed a time capsule that had been placed in the cornerstone all the way back in 1912.

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