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The president is invoking the Defense Production Act this week to keep meat processing plants across the country open, despite the fact that a number of these plants have been major virus hotspots. Pulitzer Prize winning editor of the Storm Lake Times, Art Cullen, joins Stephanie Ruhle to explain how Iowans feel about this.