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Linda Yohn: A Final Word

Dec 18, 2017
Linda Yohn Retired
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Spending 30 years in one job is becoming more rare. 30-years at one place in the broadcasting industry is almost unheard of. Today, Linda Yohn wraps up her three decades at 89.1 WEMU and prepares to write the next chapter in an extraordinary life. Following an on-air tribute, WEMU's Lisa Barry sat down with Linda for a last interview, and a final word, as she moves into retirement. 

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As the year comes to a close and holiday vacations get underway, state lawmakers have already wrapped up for the year.

89.1 WEMU’S Lisa Barry spoke to a local state senator looking back and looking ahead for the New Year.

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The Legislature has sent Governor Rick Snyder a set of local retirement bills that passed by wide margins once they were stripped of controversial provisions. 

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It looks like the Legislature will spend much of December fighting over an overhaul of how the state oversees local retirement funds. 

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New teachers will get different retirement options than current school employees under a bill sent to Governor Rick Snyder.

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Top lawmakers in the state Legislature have reached a tentative agreement with Governor Rick Snyder about changes to the state’s teacher retirement system.

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A showdown is brewing in Lansing over the fate of teacher retirements.  

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Eastern Michigan University held a budget forum on Tuesday.

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Teachers, firefighters and police are celebrating today.  That’s after lawmakers dropped legislation that would make drastic changes to their retirement benefits.  

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Municipal employees are planning to head to the Capitol today.  Lawmakers will hold a hearing on controversial legislation affecting municipal retirement health benefits.

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Teacher retirement changes are charging through the legislature.  A Senate committee held a meeting on the legislation today Wednesday.

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A federal appeals court says it’s too late to go back and rehash the “Grand Bargain” that allowed Detroit to emerge from bankruptcy two years ago. 

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A fixture in the Ann Arbor arts scene will soon step down.