On September 20th, the Sixth Circuit vacated a district court's order remanding to state court a public interest group's public nuisance suit against a bank, as owner of vacant houses. The trial court undervalued the federal interests and overvalued state interests. The nuisance claim is not a difficult question of state law and federal adjudication will not threaten state policy. The state interests are therefore outweighed by the federal interest in affording a neutral forum. Cleveland Housing Renewal Project v. Deutsche Bank Trust Co.