TV Made in Michigan

TV programs made in Michigan and presented by WKAR at Michigan State University

Lawmaker holiday, charter schools cap, health care. The guest is Saginaw Representative Stacy Erwin Oakes (D), discussing changes to Michigan's medical marijuana law. Kathy Barks Hoffman, Susan Demas and Chris Christoff join senior capitol correspondent Tim Skubick.

Gov. Snyder moves toward sending an Emergency Manager to Detroit, and signs an anti-bullying bill; and labor cries foul as the GOP changes Michigan's workers comp law.

The guest is Brandon Jessup of Michigan Forward, trying to block
implementation of the Emergency Manager law.

Stephanie Cepak, Kyle Melinn and Ron Dzwonkowski join senior capitol correspondent Tim Skubick.

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Howell Highlanders vs. DeWitt Panthers. Green Division Quarter-Final. Episode #2355

CORRESPONDENTS EDITION: Senate passes anti-bullying bill, Republicans move to lift limit on charter schools, and how will the governor handle the Detroit deficit?

Rick Pluta, Bill Ballenger, and Chris Christoff join senior capitol correspondent Tim Skubick.

As the season comes to an end, we spend time with the Trombone section and learn about the importance of the Alma Mater. Includes the entire half-time performance from the MSU vs. Indiana game.

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Governor Snyder struggles with the Tea Party, and the panel discusses what issues lawmakers will tackle after the Thanksgiving holiday. The guest is former representative Paul Scott-R.

Scott was recalled from office November 8th after serving three years in the Michigan House.

Kyle Melinn, Bill Ballenger, and Rick Pluta join senior capitol correspondent Tim Skubick.

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Springport Spartans vs. Napoleon Pirates. White Division Quarter-Final. Episode #2354

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Okemos Chieftains vs. Charlotte Orioles. Green Division Quarter-Final. Episode #2353

Hillsdale Hornets vs. Frankenmuth Eagles. White Division Quarter-Final. Episode #2352

Includes the entire "Les Miserables" half-time performance from the MSU vs. Minnesota game.

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Detroit Mayor Dave Bing wants the state to return $220 million in revenue sharing dollars and recalled former lawmaker Paul Scott keeps $44,000 in recall fight contributions to pay off previous debts.

The guest is Representative Jase Bolger-R, speaker of the House.

Stephanie Cepak, Paul Egan and Chris Christoff join senior capitol correspondent Tim Skubick.

The Homecoming Parade is the highlight of every fall season, and the Tuba section discusses their large impact on the band. Includes the entire "Let's Groove" half-time performance from the Homecoming game vs. Wisconsin.

It's a Correspondents Edition. The hot topics this week in Michigan politics: the recall of GOP lawmaker Paul Scott, the GOP presidential debate held Wednesday in Detroit, and the battle over a bullying bill. Kathy Barks Hoffman, Bill Ballenger and Kyle Melinn join senior capitol correspondent Tim Skubick.

The famous MSU Drumline is featured for an inside look at the precision necessary to be one of the premiere groups in the country. Includes the entire "Classic 70s Rock" half-time performance from the MSU vs. Michigan game.

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Michigan's economic health gets a high ranking from Bloomberg News and a sales tax hike is one idea being pushed to raise more money for roads.

The guest is Representative Paul Opsommer-R of DeWitt. He's chair of the House Transportation Committee.

Stephanie Cepak, Chris Christoff, and Dawson Bell join senior capitol correspondent Tim Skubick.

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