Stateside: Court blocks Medicaid work requirements; GR drag brunch; Dem candidates and black voters

Mar 4, 2020

Today on Stateside, a federal judge has invalidated Michigan's Medicaid work requirements. Republican leaders in the state Legislature are already pushing back. What does this mean for the more than 200,000 people in the state subject to those requirements? Plus, we'll talk about how the Democratic candidates for president stack up when it comes to addressing the concerns of black voters.

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Federal court ruling leaves future of Medicaid work requirements in doubt

  • Nicholas Bagley is a law professor at the University of Michigan specializing in health and administrative law.

Detroit City Council explores compensation for over-taxed homeowners

  • Sarah Cwiek is Michigan Radio’s Detroit reporter

Wigs and eggs: Grand Rapids drag queens serve up brunch with style

  • Trevor Straub is the CEO and show producer of Michigan Drag Brunch.
  • Gabriella Galore is one of the "brunchettes” who performs with Michigan Drag Brunch.

What the Democratic presidential candidates have to offer black voters

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