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Law suit could be dropped in Mercer County over political billboard

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MERCER COUNTY, Pennsylvania - Leaders of a Mercer County political party are offering to drop a lawsuit filed against the Great Stoneboro Fair Board.

The suit filed by Northeast Democrats claims the board covered, then removed a political billboard to prevent fairgoers from seeing an ad for congressional candidate Missa Eaton.

Democrats say they'll drop the suit if they get a $600 reimbursement, an apology, the sign restored, and two fair board members resign.

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