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Max Armstrong's Daily Updates

MORNING Midwest Digest, Jan. 10, 2019

Steve Alexander is in for Max, and talks about unconstitutional laws, an arrest for providing food, a mold disruption and more.

Iowa passed a law in 2012 making it illegal to get a farm job for spying. It's a tactic used by animal rights organizations. A federal judge decided that law was unconstitutional.

In St. Louis police issued tickets to two men giving free bologna sandwiches to the homeless.

Mold will disrupt life on campus at Indiana University next fall. More than 2,000 beds will be unavailable.

Housing and urban development secretary Ben Carson won't speak at a conference, due to the government shutdown.

A missing Detroit cat was found in Florida. 

An Iowa man bought a motor out of an old car and found a diamond ring covered in grease. The owner figured he lost it 43 years ago.


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