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Flushable wipes prompt lawsuit

“Flushable” wet wipes are gumming up sewer and wastewater systems, necessitating costly maintenance and repairs, the city of Wyoming, Minn., is alleging in a lawsuit filed against a half dozen companies in federal district court:

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US Supreme Court’s missing man

When the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to take Bobby Chen's case involving a run-down Baltimore row house razed by the city, it looked past the fact he was too poor to pay the court's filing fee and had no attorney. But now Chen can't be found, something unheard of at the nation's highest court:

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‘Molotov,’ Mr. Gimbel

Gov. Scott Walker said Wednesday that he doesn't remember sending a letter about a menorah that is signed "Thank you and Molotov" to prominent Milwaukee attorney Frank Gimbel.

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