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MIDDAY-MidwestDigest-2-19-18

Max Armstrong shares news of rules that allow brokers to stop suspicious trades, hot topics for the upcoming Commodity Classic and Pigzilla

Max Armstrong looks at a new law that allows a broker to stop a transaction if the adviser suspects fraud; seniors are often the target. From This Week in Agribusiness, notes that hot topics for farmers who attend the Commodity Classic in Anaheim next week. Max looks at some key topics that will be discussed at the event. Max shares the story of a 911 dispatcher in Minneapolis who was killed by a suspected drunk driver. And Max talks about pigzilla.

Midwest Digest is a twice-daily audio feature produced by Max Armstrong, offering news and commentary from across the Midwest.

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