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An easier ride for St. Paul Harley dealer

A federal judge ordered Harley-Davidson Motor Co. to halt a sales restriction that one St. Paul dealership says would have put them out of business. The ban was on sales of parts, accessories and apparel through third-party websites.
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A federal judge ordered Harley-Davidson Motor Co. to halt a sales restriction that one St. Paul dealership says would have put them out of business. The ban was on sales of parts, accessories and apparel through third-party websites.

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