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Topic - Dan Sytman
"Our filing of a brief would not bring any new argument or theory to the court's attention. The fact that we have not filed anything in this case does not mean we approve or disapprove the proposed settlement," he said.
Dan Sytman, a spokesman for Washington's attorney general, said his office felt it had nothing to add to objections already raised by others.