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The medical-products giant saw its stock plunge 10 percent after Reuters published a lengthy investigation citing documents, many decades old, that emerged in litigation.
The Republican power broker could join as a reserve officer and would be required to attend two weeks of training in Newport, R.I., and drill once a month as a reservist if commissioned.
The measure — slated to take effect Dec. 30 — has prompted some criticism and spurred new training for law enforcement officials, but if it helps reduce drunken-driving deaths, other states could take notice.
With the parents now calling for the priest’s removal, the Archdiocese of Detroit apologized for the priest's behavior.
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