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State architects aren’t hurting as much

By LAURA SMITH I contributor laurahoughsmith@gmail.com   When architects Michael Grey Jones and Joey Crain attended American Institute of Architects meetings in Washington, D.C., they were struck by the horror stories their colleagues from across the nation were sharing. “We heard horror stories in Washington,” said Joey Crain, a principal of the Eley Guild Hardy ...

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