The Supreme Court refused Monday to consider a case sharply restricting a bank's ability to collect damages from the government.

The justices, without comment, let stand a decision in Wells Fargo Bank v. U.S., which said the California bank is not entitled to recover profits it could have made had the government not reneged on a loan guarantee.

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