Watch Bridge’s Lunch Break discussion on Michigan’s new redistricting maps
Bridge Michigan kicked off its 2022 Lunch Break series on Wednesday with a discussion of Michigan’s newly designed redistricting maps.
If you missed Wednesday’s chat, you can watch it on demand below.
Bridge Capitol reporter Sergio Martínez-Beltrán was joined by Nancy Wang, executive director of Voters Not Politicians, Tony Daunt, executive director of FAIR Maps Michigan, and Adrian Hemond, CEO of Grassroots Midwest for an hour-long discussion.
Bridge’s Lunch Break monthly series focuses on timely topics facing our state. Previous discussions have included examinations of Michigan’s eldercare crisis, COVID mandates and K-12 education, youth mental health in Michigan, the impact of climate change in Michigan, and Michigan’s recent labor pipeline struggles.
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- Watch Bridge's Lunch Break discussion on impact of climate change in Michigan
Lunch Break will resume on February 23, 2022.
Stay tuned for an announcement of the topic and for registration information.
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