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          his request for information do not present justiciable issues.              
          Furthermore, the Court does not have the power to grant the                 
          unusual relief requested in the petition.                                   
               Because the petition fails to state a claim upon which                 
          relief can be granted, we shall grant respondent's motion to                
          dismiss.  See Rules 34(a)(1), 123(b); Scherping v. Commissioner,            
          747 F.2d 478 (8th Cir. 1984).                                               
               To reflect the foregoing,                                              

                                             An appropriate order and                 
                                        decision will be entered.                     

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