February 2003
Cabinet Maker;2/21/2003, Issue 5325, p29
Trade Publication
Reports developments on related to furniture as of February 2003 in the U.S. Failure of the attempt of the City Council to ban the display of furniture outdoors in Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Proposal of the West Hollywood City Council to ban the practice of declawing cats to protect the furniture in California.


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