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From today’s Minneapolis Star Tribune, the headline: “Mold was the last straw for this ‘innovative’ house”:
“Sherri Simmons’ home, built in 1998, wasn’t your ordinary Minneapolis house. Stuffed with straw–in the walls, in the foundation, and, under the original plans, in the attic–it was billed as a groundbreaker in sustainable and affordable housing. Then the straw began to rot.”

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