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June 7th, 2011
01:12 PM ET

In Depth: Listening tour – how private businesses are dealing with budget cuts

This morning marks the second day of American Morning's In Depth: Listening Tour series. All week, we'll be looking at the issues that are going to be driving, motivating and impacting voters when Americans go to the polls to elect a President in seventeen months.

Today, Christine Romans talks with Bill Darah, co-owner of a small, family business in Toledo, Ohio called Superior Uniform Sales. Darah discusses the impact that the recession and state and local budget cuts have had on his business, expressing his biggest concerns in keeping the company up and running in the current economy.


Filed under: Business • In Depth
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  1. ADJ

    I was watching the report about voter issues, but I notice that the reporter hasn't took the time to ask the young voters...the voters who are still in school hoping to graduate and have a job or the voters who has graduated and still do not have a job. I think it would be very benefical to see what "Young America" have to say about the economy issues!!!

    June 7, 2011 at 1:57 pm |