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Wipe Woes-21

This undated image provided by INDA, an industry trade group, shows the universal stick-figure, do-not-flush symbol to put on packaging of bathroom wipes that should not be flushed into sewer systems. Increasingly popular bathroom wipes - thick, premoistened towelettes that are advertised as flushable - are creating clogs and backups in sewer systems around the nation. (AP Photo/INDA)

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