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He says lawsuits on behalf of them should be filed in a matter of days and unlike the class action lawsuit filed in Minnesota he says the legal action will be handled individually.
"Each one is a different story," said Clayton. "We're interested in seeing each family's situation decided on an individual basis."
The lawsuits are coming right as health officials are bringing some good news.
Dr. Robert Latham of St. Thomas is treating 31 meningitis patients.
He says 28 are in stable condition.
"Most of the stable conditions are showing signs of improvement some at a faster pace than others," said Latham.
One patient was released Friday and another will be released soon.
Dr. Latham says the treatment process is moving slow and some patients have spent four weeks undergoing it.
It's another sign of why Clayton says lawsuits will be coming.
"Some of them are fighting for their lives. Some are paralyzed from their waist down. Some are having really bad situation bad symptoms," said Clayton.
Friday, October 12 2012, 11:39 PM CDT
Trial begins in international custody case
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By SHEILA BURKE Associated Press
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- A trial begins Tuesday that could determine which country will decide the fate of 13-year-old twin boys at the center of an international custody battle that extends from Eastern Europe to Middle Tennessee.
The boys are American citizens who were born in Texas but have spent the majority of their lives in Hungary. Their father is an American citizen with family in the Cottontown community of Sumner County. Their mother, a Romanian national, has invoked an international treaty claiming the children are being wrongfully retained in Tennessee by their father.
The boys came to Tennessee last year to visit their paternal grandparents in Sumner County for the summer. The father, who was supposed to bring them back to Europe, stayed in the U.S. and filed for divorce.
Asia stocks fall
BANGKOK (AP) -- Asian stock markets fell today as investors waited for the U.S. Federal Reserve to telegraph what it plans to do next with its economic stimulus program.
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By SCOTT MAYEROWITZ
AP Business Writer
NEW YORK (AP) -- When the Dow first crossed 14,000, investors were overjoyed. ...
IN THE NEWS: iPHONE RECOVERED AFTER THEFT IN OREGON
MEDFORD, Ore. (AP) -- A smartphone, plus a not-so-smart criminal -- equals an arrest in Oregon.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- George Washington University students will soon be walking all over the White House and the Capitol, too.