Burger King suing the City of Richfield

The fast-food chain claims the city favored Menards with its decision to allow the home improvement company to build a superstore. Burger King argues the new store would be detrimental to the business.
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The fast-food chain claims the city favored Menards with its decision to allow the home improvement company to build a superstore. Burger King argues the new store would be detrimental to the business.

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