On The Exchange, we talk with the director of the Omaha office of the Anti-Defamation League about the rise of extremist groups in Nebraska and Iowa. Mary Beth Muskin talks about the presence of the groups in the Midwest. We also hear from the American Civil Liberties Union of Iowa about a petition it filed with the Iowa Department of Education that asks the state to limit the use of restraints and isolation rooms as punishment in public schools. ACLU of Iowa Staff Attorney Daniel Zeno Explains. As the college year begins, we talk with writer Matt Kuhns about his book, "Hancher v. Hilton" that looks at the relationship and rivalry between the best known presidents of Iowa State University and the University of Iowa. We chat with the owner of the Funeral Museum of Iowa, which is based in Marshalltown. Funeral home owner Marty Mitchell is the curator and creator of the museum. We preview the Jewish Film festival in Sioux City and we hear some music and talk with the band "The Ruralists."