Today’s quick hits, April 8, 2019

Dicamba on corn? (Iowa Public Radio): Bayer, owner of Monsanto, wants to expand its use of the controversial weedkiller dicamba to corn, despite litigation alleging that the chemical can drift and cause extensive crop damage.

Prime is the new Costco? (MarketWatch): Amazon seeks a “Costco-like” relationship with Prime customers as it cuts prices on dozens of items across its Whole Foods outlets.

A call for greater restaurant accessibility (Washington City Paper): People with disabilities face numerous challenges in dining out, including the lack of basic structural accommodations and staff training.

Who lives in rural America? (NPR): Up to 5 percent of the country’s rural population is LGBTQ, accounting for as much as 20 percent of the LGBTQ community, a new study finds.