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In March 2017, the Internet blew up with reports of a Maine company that was going to lose millions in a class action overtime dispute due to the lack of a serial (Oxford) comma. Now, an appellate court in Georgia was asked to rule on the placement of a semicolon in an insurance policy to determine whether the homeowner had coverage for a home destroyed by fire.


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