After the episode taping concludes, guests and panel continue to chat. Dianne Byrum and Ken Sikkema debate Prop 3, the renewable energy proposal with Karen Bouffard, John Lindstrom, Kyle Melinn, and Tim Skubick.
WATCH IT NOW: Mid-Michigan personalities and community leaders compete. With Jake Boss Jr., Bob Hoffman, Renee Canady and Kat Cooper against Evan Pinnsonault, Robin Miner-Swartz, Terry Braverman and Chad Badgero.
WATCH IT NOW: Mid-Michigan personalities and community leaders compete. With Scott Westerman, Jen Sygit, Guy Sanville and Sue Carter competing against Lynn Jondahl, Greg Adaline, Molly Fillmore and Mike Hughes.
Correspondents Edition. The panel discusses what issues will be on the ballot and what will get left off, state Democrats want a grand jury investigation of the Roy Schmidt scandal and Snyder gives in on health care.
Paul Egan, Kyle Melinn, Chad Livengood and John Lindstrom join senior capitol correspondent Tim Skubick.
8 p.m. Wednesday on WKAR-TV | Explore the evolution of science through the lens of nuclear physics, from mankind's basic curiosity about our origins, all the way to modern isotope research at the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory at Michigan State University.
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