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Wells Fargo faces 401(k) lawsuit

On the table are financial reports, a pen, a magnifying glass and a notebook with the inscription - ERISA.

Plaintiffs seek class certification in an Employee Retirement Income Security Act lawsuit, asserting seven separate counts against Wells Fargo, GreatBanc Trust Co., and former Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan for breaches of fiduciary duty and engaging in prohibited transactions.

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Racial imbalance case rejected

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Racially imbalanced school systems, even if the state contributed to the imbalance, do not violate the Education Clause of the Minnesota Constitution, so long as the imbalance was caused by de facto segregation.

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