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States look at companies tied to terror

The latest front in the war on terror begins on Wall Street. A growing number of states are considering pulling their investments out of companies that conduct business with Iran, North Korea, Sudan and Syria, all of which are on the State Department’s list of terror-sponsoring nations. Missouri led the way last year when it became the first state to order its employee pension funds to dump shares of companies that deal with those four countries. At least five other states — California, Georgia, Maryland, New Jersey and Texas — have similar legislative proposals pending. Full Story

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