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Max Armstrong's Daily Updates

Midwest Digest, Sept. 21, 2022

Steve Alexander is in for Max, and talks about hydrogen as a power source, deceiving names and the cranberry crop this year.

Seven midwestern states are teaming up to develop hydrogen as a clean, alternative power source. However, there are skeptics about how clean it actually is.

Names can be deceiving, as in the case of Feeding our Future. Forty-seven people have been charged with creating fake accounts for children and getting money.

There isn't a cranberry shortage, at least not in Wisconsin or Massachusettes. But there is a labor shortage.

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