Wisconsin's Paper Industry Woes Shape Race

There's a campaign going on in this village of 6,444 in the northeast region of this battleground state.Lawn signs line the sidewalks and organizers talk on cellphones in a temporary office.The signs are not part of a political campaign. They carry slogans such as "World class work force" and "Save U.S. Jobs" and are part of an effort to save a paper mill, and maybe a town. It's the kind of a cause, residents and analysts say, that may steer the presidential race outcome in...Full Story
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