Tuesday, September 14, 2004 at 3:41 PM
It's a well-worn cliche to praise the immigrant workers who came to Cleveland a century ago and helped turn the city into an industrial powerhouse. But, recent census figures show Cleveland is no longer a national leader in attracting new immigrants. This has prompted some community leaders to explore ways to inject some new blood in a city looking to boost both its economy and its population. ideastream's David C. Barnett has this report.
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