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February 7, 2003
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A dispute over umbrella ads for kosher hot dogs may soon hit the U.S. courts. A restaurant owner in Maine filed a civil rights lawsuit last month, alleging that a town official ordered him to paint or tape over signs for Hebrew National hot dogs because the official told him that the words “Hebrew National” offended him, according to The New York Times.

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