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By Ernest Scheyder ENDERLIN, N.D. (Reuters) - After her shift at the TraXside Cafe in the southeast North Dakota hamlet of Enderlin, all Karla Souer wants to do is go home. Partly thanks to North Dakota's energy boom, twenty-eight of the railroad's trains now traverse the city every day. Desperate for a solution, Enderlin's city councilors last month banned train breaks longer than 10 minutes. Canadian Pacific contends the order violates interstate commerce laws.