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Empire Filming

A federal court in Illinois denied class certification to youths detained at a Cook County juvenile detention center who say they were required to remain in their living quarters and received delayed responses to medical issues while the television show "Empire" was filming at the facility. The court finds that the current class definition is overbroad.

CHICAGO – A federal court in Illinois denied class certification to youths detained at a Cook County juvenile detention center who say they were required to remain in their living quarters and received delayed responses to medical issues while the television show "Empire" was filming at the facility. The court finds that the current class definition is overbroad.

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