New Hampshire federal court won’t reconsider remand efforts in water contamination case
New Hampshire federal court won’t reconsider remand efforts in water contamination case.
CONCORD, N.H. –– A New Hampshire federal court overseeing a water contamination case has refused to reconsider a motion to remand, rejecting the plaintiffs’ stance that when a proposed class is discrete in nature, a common sense presumption should be used to determine whether citizenship requirements have been met.
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