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Dec 16, 2019

Who’s getting that $28 billion farm bailout?

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More stories from Iowa farms dealing with the trade war today. Plus: Boeing will halt production on the 737 Max, and Uber is giving California drivers a bit more rider info.

Stories From this episode

Trade showdown

Tariff land: How farmers in Iowa are dealing with the trade war

by Daisy Palacios and Kai Ryssdal Dec 12, 2019
China was the United States’ biggest customer of soybeans, but the trade war changed that.
Ben Hethcoat/Marketplace
Trade showdown

These are the states benefiting the most from the $28 billion farm bailout

by Janet Nguyen and Daisy Palacios Dec 12, 2019
A government program has given billions in subsidies to farmers affected by the U.S.-China trade war.
A view of a combine being used to harvest soybeans in a field at a farm in Iowa.
Joe Raedle/Getty Images

Boeing will halt production of the 737 Max

by Jack Stewart Dec 16, 2019
The aircraft maker has continued to pump out the beleaguered planes, even though it can't deliver them.
Will the 737 Max fly again?
Mark Ralston/AFP via Getty Images
Workplace Culture

Uber gives California drivers more control over which rides they accept

by Meghan McCarty Carino Dec 16, 2019
As Uber prepares to prove its California drivers are independent contractors, it says it's giving them more independence.
Uber drivers in California will be able to see where they're taking a passenger before accepting a ride.
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Music from the episode

Last Fare Little People
Redbone Childish Gambino
Eyes To The Wind The War On Drugs
The Game Gabriel Garzón-Montano

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