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|Tuesday, August 25, 2009|
After being laid off from his paint store job, Eugene's Aaron Heideman packed up a van and drove across the country, collecting recession stories from Americans that he plans to enter into an art contest at his final stop in Grand Rapids, Mich.
Read the full story at the Register-Guard.
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