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Decision on Barnes Art Collection Move Due in January

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A January ruling is anticipated as testimony concludes at a trial to determine whether the Barnes Foundation's $20 billion art collection should be moved from suburban Marion, Pa., to downtown Philadelphia. When Dr. Albert Barnes endowed the foundation in 1922, he ordered that it not be moved. Joel Rose of member station WHYY reports.



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