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January 23, 2014 4:23 PM

S.C. Supreme Court justices mull damage claims against AVX in pollution case involving Myrtle Beach property owners

The state’s Supreme Court justices on Thursday appeared skeptical of Myrtle Beach property owners’ plans to sue AVX Corp. over groundwater pollution that is near – but hasn’t directly impacted – their land, although a lawyer representing those owners said it is too early in the legal process to dismiss their claims.

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