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Judge: Barnes Art Stays Put for Now

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A judge rules the Barnes Foundation's art collection should not be moved from suburban Philadelphia, unless trustees can provide hard data to support the move. The world-renowned art is worth $20 billion, but the foundation says it needs to relocate downtown to avoid bankruptcy. Joel Rose of member station WHYY reports.



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