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WHEELING W.Va. - (AP) A federal judge in West Virginia has dismissed two lawsuits filed by National Guardsmen who believe they were exposed to toxic chemicals in Iraq, and those soldiers now plan to join similar litigation in Texas. U.S. District Judge Frederick Stamp recently ruled he has no jurisdiction. . . . Full version available to lexis.com subscribers.