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Why is corn syrup in beer anyway?

Why is corn syrup in beer anyway?

Feb 4, 2019

You might have heard during the Super Bowl last night that Bud Light is brewed without corn syrup. You might have said, "OK?" We'll tell you why it's such a common ingredient in many foods, including beer. But first: For…

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Tax reform law takes a bite out of legal settlements

by Marielle Segarra Feb 4, 2019
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One member of Congress is still taking on tariffs

by Kai Ryssdal, Sean McHenry, and Bennett Purser Feb 4, 2019
"We're trying to make sure that we don't lose jobs and that we treat our American companies fairly," Rep. Jackie Walorski says.
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Waiter, there's corn syrup in my beer!

by Justin Ho Feb 4, 2019
Bud Light's Super Bowl ad called out Miller and Coors for using the sweet syrup.
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You might have heard during the Super Bowl last night that Bud Light is brewed without corn syrup. You might have said, “OK?” We’ll tell you why it’s such a common ingredient in many foods, including beer. But first: For Republican lawmakers in districts affected by the steel and aluminum tariffs, bridging the gap between constituents and the administration’s trade policies isn’t always easy. We start today’s show talking with Rep. Jackie Walorski about it. Plus, a conversation with Jill Abramson about her new book, “Merchants of Truth.”

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Favorite Song TobyMac, Jamie Grace
Favorite Song TobyMac, Jamie Grace

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