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Public Art

A federal judge Monday dismissed with prejudice the Building Industry Association’s challenge of Oakland, California’s requirement that large developments must include publicly accessible art or pay a 1 percent fee.

SAN FRANCISCO — A federal judge Monday dismissed with prejudice the Building Industry Association’s challenge of Oakland, California’s requirement that large developments must include publicly accessible art or pay a 1 percent fee.

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