Minnesota's AG Fires Back At Willis

By Mark E. Ruquet

NU Online News Service, March 11, 3:37 p.m.EST?Minnesota's attorney general said if Willis hadcomplied with a subpoena in the first instance, his office wouldnot now be in court against the company.[@@]

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