Reporting from Riverside -- After seven years of litigation, a federal judge Thursday refused to close the Duroville mobile home park, saying it would result in a "major humanitarian crisis" for thousands of poor farmworkers with no place else to go. "To close the park under current conditions would create one of the largest forced human migrations in the history of this state," said U.S.
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