The Pastor of Phoenix Community Church in Kalamazoo says he was taught that God was loving, but also was going to send non-believers to hell. Ken Arthur says that thinking caused to leave the church for a while.
On WestSouthwest, Bridge looks at a ballot drive to eliminate gerrymandering in Michigan and how California has tackled the problem. And a conference on information technology and cybersecurity at Western Michigan University.
Western Michigan University Professor Alan Rea says businesses are in a cybersecurity “arms race.” He says there’s more electronic information, and people are constantly online make it easier for attackers.
WestSouthwest with Western Michigan University Business Information Systems Professor Alan Rea
If closer races for Congress and the state Legislature are the goal, then California may hold some lessons in how district boundaries are drawn. Bridge examined California’s system, which is similar to one proposed for Michigan.
WestSouthwest with Bridge Senior Writer Ron French