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The Preakness Stakes filed for bankruptcy in March ahead of its 134th running, and where the race will take place in the future is anything but a sure bet. But Maryland officials are taking the uncertainty in stride. Joel Rose reports.
As California voters prepare for a special election next week to try to balance their state's budget, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is proposing putting a few state landmarks up for sale. Jennifer Collins reports.
When Jim and Ginger Buford got factory jobs right out of high school in Toledo, Ohio, they were told they'd have it made until retirement. But the factories closed and they've had to learn new skills -- not easy at middle age. Sarah Gardner reports.
Marketplace for Thursday, May 14, 2009