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On today’s show: 

Michigan’s bars have been shut down to help blunt the spread of the Coronavirus, along with sit-down service at restaurants and a host of other places. We dive in.

Unemployment benefits have been extended to cover more workers.

Man about Devon O’Reilly calls in to talk about how he’s going to celebrate this St. Patrick’s Day.

A host of local restaurants have set up GoFundMe pages to support their employees.

Business was down as much as 54% in the restaurant industry before the order.

There are hours and service changes at Kroger and Meijer to know about.

Both DTE Energy and Consumers Energy have programs they’re extending for low income and senior customers.

SMART, the suburban bus system, goes free starting tomorrow (Tuesday).

And finally, Charyn Hain, a partner at Varnum, lawyer, and expert on issues facing school districts and educational institutions, joins us to talk about what’s happening with Michigan’s schools in the face of the building closures and how districts are dealing with the challenges they’re encountering.

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