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Kentucky residents sue distilleries over 'whiskey fungus'

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May 16, 2014
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Bourbon is key to Kentucky's identity, but some in the state are taking the big distilleries to court. Plaintiffs claim the whiskey makers emit fumes that cause an unsightly black fungus to grow on their homes and vehicles. Duration: 02:24 Video provided by AFP


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