July 7, 2009 | Vol 4, Num 27
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Has the economy bottomed out?
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Is government-mandated paid sick leave for employees a good idea? 

No

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Yes

18%

I'm indifferent

4%

 

 

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Ditch water, summer readings, and creating your own economy
The worst is behind us. The economy has bottomed out. And not a moment too soon. So the economists tell us. ... read more
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Product spotlight

Polishing wheels
Salem Flat Glass and Mirror, Winston-Salem, N.C., now offers Nova Felt, the latest development in synthetic polishing wheel technology. The base construction of this wheel is a polyester fiber impregnated with bonding agents and polishing enhancers ... read more
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Art and efficiency at Lofts at 655 6th Ave.

Lofts at 655 6th Ave. is a 106 unit mixed use development in San Diego’s historic Gaslamp quarter. The structure is cast in place concrete with energy-efficient infill glazing. 

Learn about the basics, the players, and the glass and systems involved with this GreatGlazing

 

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