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In Depth

How companies make millions off lead-poisoned, poor blacks

Firms compete to purchase the rights to structured settlement payments for a fraction of their face value

Random survey of 52 deals examined by the Washington Post showed generally deals paid 33 cents on the present value of a dollar - some paid more, many paid less.

Columbia High School graduates gather to celebrate the school's Centennial Celebration at the National Guard Armory on Bluff Road in Columbia on Aug. 29, 2015.