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The Minnesota Supreme Court has entered the fray and has ruled that, under the absolute pollution exclusion, carbon monoxide released in a home by a negligently installed boiler is a pollutant. The issue is highlighted in the “Focus On” section in the July 2013 issue of the Insurance Coverage Law Report.

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