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  • Should Confederate monuments stay or go?

    Confederate monuments on state property are something NC residents feel passionately about -- on both sides of the issue. They voice their opinions on the Capitol grounds in Raleigh, where several monuments stand

Confederate monuments on state property are something NC residents feel passionately about -- on both sides of the issue. They voice their opinions on the Capitol grounds in Raleigh, where several monuments stand Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Confederate monuments on state property are something NC residents feel passionately about -- on both sides of the issue. They voice their opinions on the Capitol grounds in Raleigh, where several monuments stand Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

More approval for relocating NC Confederate monuments while GOP leaders stay quiet

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