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Prop 65 Food Lawsuits Force Businesses to Fork Over Dough

California’s controversial Prop. 65 has created a cottage industry for plaintiffs’ lawyers looking to cash in by filing frivolous lawsuits. The law requires businesses to put warning labels on…

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