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It’s been four years since Governor Rick Snyder signed legislation repealing the law requiring motorcycle riders in Michigan to wear a helmet. Bridge has examined the impact of the law. 


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Kalamazoo Strong started after a shooting spree that left six people dead and two seriously injured. Now the non-profit group wants to help families of the bicyclists killed and injured north of Kalamazoo June 7th. 


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On WestSouthwest, Kalamazoo Regional Education Service Agency Superintendent Dave Campbell on the best time to start school. And the Michigan Public Radio Network's Capitol Bureau Chief Rick Pluta tells us what's waiting for lawmakers when they return from their summer recess. 

  

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State lawmakers are on summer recess, but the Michigan Public Radio Network’s Capitol Bureau Chief Rick Pluta says big issues will be waiting when they return. 


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Kalamazoo Regional Education Service Agency Superintendent Dave Campbell says a lot of school policies are not set in the best interest of children learning. The issue of school start times is one. 


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