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Students' role in farm pollution suit angers Md. lawmakers, sparks nat'l debate

BALTIMORE, Md. -- Here at the University of Maryland Environmental Law Clinic, much of the work is done by third-year law students. They are hardly high-powered attorneys, working only for course credit and real-world experience. Many of them still are not sure what they will be doing after graduation. But their clinic's involvement in a pollution suit against poultry farmers on Maryland's Eastern Shore has prompted a fight in the Maryland Legislature.

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