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MIDDAY-MidwestDigest-11-30-17

Steve Alexander says Gov. Pete Ricketts is doing his part to make government run like a business. (audio)

Steve Alexander fills in for Max Armstrong.

I’ve lost count of number of politicians who campaign on making government run more like a business. Gov. Pete Ricketts is doing his part by changing the way some non-union government employees are paid.

Wisconsin has jobs for you and wants you to move there and work if you are a millennial or a military veteran.

A big new biofuel plant is being built in Wichita, KS, by Cargill. It will employ 35 full time workers.

Legionnaires’ disease has popped up in Illinois old folks’ home.

Yesterday, we heard about a 9-year-old boy who accidentally shot himself. Today, it’s a Nebraska boy who shot himself while out checking traps.

In Evansville, Ind., there is organization that advocates for separation of church and state. Says coach that prayed with team after football victory is violating separation of church and state.

Max is in Coralville, Iowa, at The Ag Data conference.

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