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Sherwin-Williams, DuPont, Armstrong Topple Lead Paint Verdict

A $6 million jury verdict against paint manufacturers E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Co., Sherwin-Williams Co., and Armstrong Containers Inc. in a bellwether Wisconsin lead paint exposure suit was nixed after the Seventh Circuit found the trial court made multiple errors.

Infrastructure Plan Lifts Tribes’ Hope of Turning on Water Taps

Native American officials and advocates say the potential funding in President Joe Biden’s infrastructure plan represents an historic investment in new and existing tribal water infrastructure. It remains to be seen how much of the needed amount for clean drinking water in Indian country will be included in the eventual legislation.

Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson Hit With Copyright Lawsuit

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is facing a copyright lawsuit filed Thursday in federal court in Florida by a photographer who alleges unauthorized use of photos he took during Jackson’s college career at the University of Louisville.

Five Tax Tips Too Good to Be True – And Why They're Not

The internet is full of advice on how to save money on your taxes. However, a lot of that advice is misleading or flat out wrong. To help set the record straight, we've enlisted Taxgirl to debunk five common tax myths and clarify some of the changes brought about by the pandemic.

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