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MORNING Midwest Digest, April 30, 2020

Max Armstrong talks about business openings and continued restrictions, tax filings, meat packing plants, new ways to worship and ornate chalk art.

How many of you need a haircut? As states relax restrictions, salons will be busy. But bars will continue to stay closed.

The IRS isn't handling paper tax returns right now.

The meat packing plant in Worthington, Minn., opened yesterday, but with a minimial amount of employees, and only for euthanization.

Folks are finding new ways to worship; one church held a drive-in-service this week.

Chalk artwork in Kansas City, Mo., is on display, drawn by Hallmark artists.

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