AAA Layoffs Reach Eastern Iowa

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By Daren Sukhram

DUBUQUE - A couple dozen more people in Iowa are without jobs.

AAA announced it's laid off more than 300 employees in its upper Midwest region.

The company won't say how many jobs it cut in each location. But employees tell us at least two people in Dubuque and one person in Cedar Rapids lost their jobs.

AAA blames the poor economy for the cuts.

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