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MIDDAY Midwest Digest, September 24, 2018

Max Armstrong talks about college student voting, futures prices and cash markets, Colorado wildfires and the NFL.

Many college students will have to vote via absentee ballot if they didn't change their voter registration this fall.

Corn and soybean growers have been trying to figure out futures prices, but the cash market has been a puzzle this past week, too.

Colorado has had smoke advisories recently. This weekend there was an intentional fire, to help reduce future fire risk.

Clay Matthews, of the Green Bay Packers, says that the NFL is going in a direction a lot of people don't like.

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