MIDDAY Midwest Digest, Nov. 15, 2018

Max Armstrong talks about the Denver International Airport, insurance company cuts, talk of a meat tax and a longtime cattle rancher laid to rest.

The airport that opened in the Colorado prairie east of Denver 23 years ago had its problems. Today, that airport has been ranked as the best airport in the U.S. by the Wall Street Journal.

Nationwide insurance will cut its workforce by 1,100. 

Livestock people might have to watch for a meat tax. 

Bill Couch, a longtime cattle rancher and breeder, will be laid to rest at an Indiana cemetery. 

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