By Nick Carey ZANESVILLE, Ohio, Sept 22 (Reuters) - More than a year and a half into America's worst housing crisis since the Great Depression, rising unemployment is pushing ever more homeowners in rural Ohio toward foreclosure. Foreclosure filings in the Midwestern manufacturing state rose 1.2 percent in 2008, but they rose 4.9 percent in counties of fewer than 50,000 people, according to research institute Policy Matters Ohio. Ohio -- a bellwether state that tends to pick winners in ...
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