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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Brian Kirkendall
A Hoover executive whose wife and mother are big fans of two ABC soap operas that were canceled last week said he is yanking the vacuum-maker's ads from the network in protest.
The unemployment rate fell in two-thirds of the nation's states last month, the latest evidence that the strengthening economy is encouraging many employers to boost hiring.
Hoover's vice president of marketing, Brian Kirkendall, announced on the company's Facebook page that the ads will be lifted Friday, if not sooner.