TV Made in Michigan

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

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.

Members of the mellophone and baritone sections talk about the importance of the uniform and offer insight on appropriate hair styling. Includes the entire "Divas" half-time performance from the MSU vs. Central Michigan game.

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Governor Snyder outlines new road and bridge repair program, Rep. Paul Scott-R loses court battle over his November recall, and Snyder loses major battle over Detroit-Windsor bridge.

The guest is Rep. Rick Olson-R, who serves on the house transportation and tax policy committees.

Kathy Barks-Hoffman, Bill Ballenger, and Zach Gorchow join senior capitol correspondent Tim Skubick.

SMB alumni return to perform in a joint tribute to 9/11. Featured: alumni, saxophone section and SMB family. Includes the entire half-time performance from the MSU vs. Florida Atlantic game.

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A Michigan House committee approves changes to the no-fault car insurance law and the state finds extra cash on hand.

The guest is Tim Beck of the Michigan Association of Compassion Centers. He's concerned about efforts to change the Medical Marijuana law.

Kathy Barks Hoffman, Kyle Melinn, and Rick Pluta join senior capitol correspondent Tim Skubick.

Spartan Marching Band Labor Day Salute. Includes the entire half-time performance from the MSU vs. Youngstown State game.

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GOP votes for Detroit-Windsor bridge to hard find, Tea Party public support declining, and state collects $285 million in extra revenue. The guest is Rep. Mike Shirkey-R.

Rep. Shirkey-R serves on the Commerce and Health policy committees and is pushing Right to Work legislation.

Susan Demas, Bill Ballenger, and Zachary Gorchow join senior capitol correspondent Tim Skubick.

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Senate votes to end lifetime health care benefits for some, Snyder will run again in 2012, and GOP Senate candidates release fundraising figures. The guest is Rep. Mark Ouimet-R.

Rep. Ouimet serves on the House Tax Policy Committee and is helping to write a local government consolidation measure.

Stephanie Cepak, Paul Egan, and Rick Pluta join senior capitol correspondent Tim Skubick.

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The GOP pushes back on Snyder's health care plan, Detroit-Windsor bridge proposal sees progress, and Gov. Snyder heads to China. The guest is Rep. Al Pscholka-R.

Rep. Pscholka is author of the Emergency Manager law that allows the state to run local schools and governments headed for bankruptcy.

Susan Demas, Chris Christoff, and Rick Pluta join senior capitol correspondent Tim Skubick.

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