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Insert scatological pun here: cities' lawsuit over flushable wipes mostly continues

City of Wyoming v. Procter & Gamble Co., 2016 WL 5496321, No. 15-2101 (D. Minn. Sept. 28, 2016) “Hygienic wipes labeled and sold as ‘flushable’ have caused and are continuing to cause increased costs and property damage to the governmental entities that operate sewer systems and water treatment facilities.” Municipalities in Minnesota and Wisconsin sued over the costs and property damage they say they have suffered due to false advertising of “flushable” wipes.
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