Sandy Baruah joins Stephen Henderson to discuss the Detroit Regional Chamber’s annual Mackinac Policy Conference at the Grand Hotel. All participants will be together for three days on the island talking about major issues facing our state and nation.
Baruah shares the significance of diversity in the conference, and the representation of opinions from all angles of our current political landscape.
Henderson and Baruah also discuss the central topics at the Conference ranging from K-12 education and road infrastructure to the significance of civility in political progression.
Coverage of the Mackinac Policy Conference will continue for the rest of this week from the Grand Hotel, as Stephen Henderson speaks with some of the state’s top elected officials, members of Congress and others.
Click on the audio player above to hear the full conversation.