Louisville plant struggles through the economic crisis
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Louisville plant struggles through the economic crisis

Seven months after Tom Hudson's manufacturing business hit its lowest sales in months, he's starting to see an increase in orders, but he still had to lay off workers, cut salaries and try to operate his shop more efficiently. (Video by Dana Hedgpeth, Edited by Ernesto Bailey/The Washington Post)

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