Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer lays out her new legislative year agenda. WKAR Senior Capitol Correspondent Tim Skubick, covering his 53rd State of the State, provides analysis and commentary along with fellow capitol correspondents.
Joining the panel is Huel Perkins, Jim Kiertzner, Kathy Hoffman and Chuck Stokes, bringing a combined total of over 150 years of political experience on the Michigan political front.
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What was that Republican nonsense after governor Whitmer‘s state address?
That was totally inappropriate. I have no idea what PBS is doing. This is the second time I have seen something so inappropriate from PBS. Just ridiculous. That was not a speech of any kind of support for the state of Michigan.
That Republican was put in our faces to rip our governor to pieces. Just totally unacceptable.
Hi Nicole, we appreciate you tuning in to the WKAR State of the State 2023 livestream on our website. It is customary after the State of the State address, just as it is with the State of the Union address, to have a response from the other party — whether that’s Democrat or Republican — and we make it our practice to show both like most news outlets.