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Lawsuit targeting Republican Tom Emmer tossed out

A former client claimed Emmer -- who ran a law firm while serving in the state Legislature -- put up a shoddy defense for him in a civil case that cost him his the license for his roofing company.
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A former client claimed Emmer -- who ran a law firm while serving in the state Legislature -- put up a shoddy defense for him in a civil case that cost him his the license for his roofing company.

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