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MIDDAY Midwest Digest, July 10, 2018

Max Armstrong talks about senate elections and supreme court approval, pickup truck market share, crop conditions and work hours.

Two senators from the heartland are in reelection crosshairs this fall, and will have the power to help approve or disapprove Trump's next pick for the Supreme Court.

One year ago, GM and Ford were tied in the US market for pickup trucks. GM has now jumped to 34% of the market, over Ford's 32%. 

The U.S. corn crop overall condition declined just a bit over the past week. 

A Wisconsin correctional officer worked an average of 95 hours a week for his last year of work. 

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