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State seeks dismissal of Outagamie case involving hand washing

7:20 PM, Mar. 31, 2013
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State officials say they're immune from an Outagamie County legal challenge that questions how clean a worker's hands need to be when preparing meals at its nursing home.

Attorneys representing the Wisconsin Department of Health Services filed a motion earlier this month asking for dismissal of the civil case brought by the county.

Assistant Attorney General F. Mark Bromley said Wisconsin's constitution left it to the Legislature to determine the nature of lawsuits that can be brought against the state. The type of case brought by Outagamie County isn't allowed under the law, Bromley ...

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