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MORNING-MidwestDigest-12-1-17

Max Armstrong talks Farm Aid, renewable fuels, a Rick Pitino lawsuit, and offers some history about Garrison Keillor

Max Armstrong shares news that Farm Aid has issued more than $700,000 grants, but he asks an interesting question about the program. There's concern about the new EPA renewable fuel levels announced this week. Max shares that former University of Louisville Rick Pitino is asking for more than $35 million in a breach of contract lawsuit. And Max shares a history of Garrison Keillor who was recently fired from Minnesota Public Radio for sexual misconduct.

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

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