A Farm, a SPAC, & Martha Stewart; Airline Bailouts; $2.2 Trillion

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At-home expert, mogul, and pandemic-Instagram pro Martha Stewart is cultivating her commitment to a cleaner planet with AppHarvest, an agricultural tech startup hoping to revolutionize the farming industry. AppHarvest CEO Jonathan Webb discusses the company’s news to go public via SPAC, and Martha Stewart underscores the value of the startup’s mission to make food production more efficient and sustainable. CNBC’s Phil LeBeau reports that funding for airline workers expires on September 30th, and Airlines for America CEO Nicholas Calio makes his case for why the industry needs a bailout. Plus, Democrats have proposed a $2.2 trillion stimulus package, Nikola founder Trevor Milton is facing another scandal, and global coronavirus fatalities have reached 1 million.

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