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In any judicial action brought by the attorney general for civil penalties, injunctive relief, or an action to compel performance pursuant to the authority cited in section 144.99, subdivision 1, if the state finally prevails, and if the proven violation was willful, the state, in addition to other penalties provided by law, may be allowed an amount determined by the court to be the reasonable value of all or part of the litigation expenses incurred by the state. In determining the amount of the litigation expenses to be allowed, the court shall give consideration to the economic circumstances of the defendant.
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