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Supreme Court ruling on band's name could impact Redskins trademark case

USATODAY.com Monday, 19 June 2017 ()
The United States Supreme Court ruled in favor of an Asian-American rock band that was denied a trademark in a case that could impact the Washington Redskins.
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The United States Supreme Court ruled in favor of an Asian-American rock band that was denied a trademark in a case that could impact the Washington Redskins.

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