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By Michael P. Orsi
Edward Snowden should declare his patriotism in court
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Topic - Montgomery County Orphans' Court
The Barnes Foundation must be reimbursed $40,000 in legal fees by opponents fighting the world-famous art collection's move from the suburbs to downtown Philadelphia, according to a ruling from the judge who has presided over the long legal battle.
The Barnes Foundation's new home is well under construction in Philadelphia but a long and bitter fight continues over whether the world-famous art collection should stay in its longtime suburban home.