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Metal theft bill hung up despite leaders' push

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LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Five years after Michigan targeted copper thefts plaguing cities like Detroit and disrupting railroads and utilities, plans to better restrict sales of stolen scrap metal are caught in a legislative fight despite agreement among political leaders and law enforcement that action is needed. The legislation would tighten rules in what can be a lucrative scrap metal market,...

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