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City Pulse On the Air, July 21: Jeff Irwin, J.J. Jackson and Lansing Death Cafés


On this edition of City Pulse On the Air, publisher and editor Berl Schwartz interviews Sen. Jeff Irwin, a Democrat from Ann Arbor who wants Michigan to expunge its 235,000 convictions for minor marijuana possession charges. 

Reporter Audrey Matusz meets with the leaders of Lansing's Death Café, a monthly tea party where can casually discuss death. 

And, finally, reporter Dennis Burck interviews J.J. Jackson, a Michigan School for the Blind alumnus who was good friends with a famous classmate of his, Stevie Wonder


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