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A split Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Friday a Milwaukee boy can sue manufacturers of a lead paint pigment he claims left him mentally retarded even though he cannot prove which ones made the pigment that may have sickened him. It is the first time a state has allowed such a suit against the industry.

One of the dissenting justices said the ruling and another lead paint case pending before the court could make Wisconsin “the mecca for lead paint lawsuits.”

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