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Current State #247 | February 4, 2014

Feb 4, 2014

Today on Current State: Pending charges on the Lado case; the plan for a new park around the capitol; MI GOP response to Snyder reelection bid; and the Mobile Black History museum comes to Lansing.

Flickr - MI SHPO

Last week, the Lansing State Journal wrote about the case of a 21-year old mentally ill man named Kosgar Lado who falsely confessed under police interrogation to a murder that took place in Lansing last June.

Officials plan for new park around Capitol

Feb 4, 2014
Bob Johnson

Along with two other U.S. capitals, Lansing will receive Green Design Assistance from the EPA. The project the city plans to develop under the Greening America’s Capitals program is a park on the state capitol complex.

Michigan GOP chief on Snyder's reelection bid

Feb 4, 2014
Rick Snyder

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder is launching his re-election campaign with a string of appearances that tout “Michigan’s Comeback.”  Yesterday, the Governor pressed the flesh in Detroit, Lansing and Grand Rapids.  Today, it’s on to Traverse City, Frankenmuth and Oakland County.

Mobile Black History museum stops in Lansing

Feb 4, 2014
blackhistory101mobilemuseum.com


The Black History 101 Mobile Museum will be in Lansing today. The museum’s Peacemakers exhibit includes more than 150 artifacts and can be seen in the Sparrow Professional Building on the third floor atrium from 10 am to 5 pm. Current State’s Scott Pohl is here with more on the exhibit.