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Ag Policy Blog
Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Mon Sep 30, 2013 01:33 PM CDT

As afternoon approached on Monday in Washington, news articles pointed out talk is more about each side blaming each other for the federal shutdown than doing anything to stop it.

For the rest of us outside of Washington, we can turn our attention to baseball playoffs, pro football or college football. In some cases, we can do all three.

A timeout here to gush that the Kansas City Royals won 86 games and made me care about watching baseball again, even if they fell short of a wildcard. The Chiefs are 4-0. The Missouri Tigers are 4-0.

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