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U launches resource center to help with bed bug infestation

A team of bug experts from the university is setting up hotlines and running seminars to help Minnesota residents and landlords deal with a resurgence in the pest.
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A team of bug experts from the university is setting up hotlines and running seminars to help Minnesota residents and landlords deal with a resurgence in the pest.

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