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U.S. Supreme Court will decide Washington’s long-running culvert case

Seattle Times Friday, 12 January 2018
U.S. Supreme Court will decide Washington’s long-running culvert caseThe Supreme Court of the United States on Friday announced it would hear the culvert case appealed by Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson, heating up the 17-year, high-stakes dispute.
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