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Ginger Rogers

A married couple claims in a federal complaint that State Farm General Insurance refused in bad faith to cover the theft of a $215,000 collection of 1930s-era Ginger Rogers posters and memorabilia.

SACRAMENTO — A married couple claims in a federal complaint that State Farm General Insurance refused in bad faith to cover the theft of a $215,000 collection of 1930s-era Ginger Rogers posters and memorabilia.

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