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In a Tuesday, March 18 photo, A Groathouse construction laborer puts on his harness before working on the roof in the new town hall on Latino Drive in Wright, Wyo. The new town hall will provide about three times as much space as the current facility. Construction began in fall 2013 and is expected to be completed this spring. The town of Wright, which owes much of its 40-year history to the coal industry, is enjoying something of a renewal. (AP Photo/News Record, Daniel Brenner)

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In a Tuesday, March 18 photo, Mayor Tim Albin tours the new town hall on Latino Drive in Wright, Wyo. The new town hall will provide about three times as much space as the current facility. Construction began in fall 2013 and is expected to be completed this spring. The town of Wright, which owes much of its 40-year history to the coal industry, is enjoying something of a renewal. (AP Photo/News Record, Daniel Brenner)

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A Tuesday, March 18 photo shows the new town hall on Latino Drive in Wright, Wyo. The new town hall will provide about three times as much space as the current facility. Construction began in fall 2013 and is expected to be completed this spring. The town of Wright, which owes much of its 40-year history to the coal industry, is enjoying something of a renewal. (AP Photo/News Record, Daniel Brenner)

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This Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2012, photo shows Miles Wright, CEO of Xanofi, in his laboratory in Raleigh, N.C. Launched in September 2010, the company is preparing to market a liquid-based nanofiber production process. Mr. Wright, a registered independent, chuckles at a new GOP ad calling this period "the worst economic recovery America has ever had." "The fact is, it's still a recovery," he says. "Innovation hasn't stopped. People's efforts to commercialize technology, to open up a service business, while it gets harder because of lack of capital, I don't think people have stopped hoping and dreaming. And a lot of people have had success." Mr. Wright says a lot of the job growth is happening in small companies like his "that maybe go a little under the radar." But the point is, it's happening. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome)

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San Diego Chargers' Ryan Mathews, right, is tackled by Chicago Bears' Major Wright during the first half of an NFL preseason football game Saturday, Aug. 14, 2010, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Denis Poroy)