"WASHINGTON – Michigan’s U.S. senators are again urging the Army Corps of Engineers to quickly finish recommendations for blocking the spread of Asian carp at a key Chicago-area chokepoint in order to keep the invasive species from reaching the Great Lakes." (Detroit Free Press)
"KALAMAZOO, MI -- U.S. Rep. Fred Upton has reintroduced private legislation that would allow a Harbert, Mich. man to stay in Michigan and operate his business without fear of deportation." (Kalamazoo Gazette)
On WestSouthwest, two segments on social justice events in Kalamazoo. A discussion of "America Divided" is scheduled for Tuesday in Kalamazoo. A Day of Learning and Action will take place at Western Michigan University on Monday.
Western Michigan University English Professor Alan Webb says a Day of Learning and Action planned for Monday would be a different event if Hillary Clinton had been elected President. But Webb says the issues being discussed are important regardless of who is in the White House.