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MIDDAY-MidwestDigest-03-23-17

Max Armstrong talks about oil pipeline vandalism, farm bill, Manpower. (audio)

Environmental activists are not taking credit, rather they are denying that had anything to do with vandalism of oil pipeline.

What a mistake it would be separate food and farm programs. Proponents of leaving it alone say it would be impossible to pass provisions important to farmers without feeding people provisions.

Nashville seems poised to pass stronger animal control regulations.

Manpower is eliminating positions as it automates, digitizes business.

Favorite quote of the week: "The next best thing to having a will is to be in someone else's."

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