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Midwest businesses, buildings impacted by cold

Auto plants and other big energy users throughout southeast Michigan had to shut down or limit operations due to a natural gas shortage caused by a fire and frigid weather. An expert says it's hard to predict the economic impact of the cold. (Jan. 31) (Credit: THE ASSOCIATED PRESS)

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