FILE - In this March 25, 2009 file photo, Allison Kimble holds her head in her hands while she and her husband Scott read over a school application for their daughter in Perry County, Tenn. Both parents have lost their auto-related jobs. In small communities like Perry County, the loss of auto plant supplier jobs has pushed unemployment to a Depression-level 25.4 percent, the fourth-highest rate among U.S. counties in March. (AP Photo/Josh Anderson)

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FILE - In this March 25, 2009 file photo, Allison Kimble holds her head in her hands while she and her husband Scott read over a school application for their daughter in Perry County, Tenn. Both parents have lost their auto-related jobs. In small communities like Perry County, the loss of auto plant supplier jobs has pushed unemployment to a Depression-level 25.4 percent, the fourth-highest rate among U.S. counties in March. (AP Photo/Josh Anderson)
FILE - In this March 25, 2009 file photo, Allison Kimble holds her head in her hands while she and her husband Scott read over a school application for their daughter in Perry County, Tenn. Both parents have lost their auto-related jobs. In small communities like Perry County, the loss of auto plant supplier jobs has pushed unemployment to a Depression-level 25.4 percent, the fourth-highest rate among U.S. counties in March. (AP Photo/Josh Anderson)
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