The State of the State Podcast discusses issues, questions, answers, policy and research on the hottest topics on the local, state and national stage. State of the State podcasters IPPSR Director Matt Grossmann, Associate Director Arnold Weinfeld, Charles Ballard, Director of IPPSR's State of the State Survey, talk together and share the air with frequent guests monthly.
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November's State of the State Podcast is very timely. Is Michigan on the verge of a recession? Is the Midwest taking part in the nation's job growth? And how will this translate to the November 2020 election and term limits? That takes us to Director Grossmann's latest book, Red State Blues. The book's on sale now and garnering attention from political scientists, national media, local media, podcasts and opinion writers across the country. In this podcast, Grossmann talks about the research behind the book and how the public is responding to conservative policy reforms across the country.
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