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Kansas City voters overwhelmingly approve measure to drop Martin Luther King Jr.'s name from street

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 6 November 2019
Kansas City voters overwhelmingly approve measure to drop Martin Luther King Jr.'s name from streetUnofficial results showed the proposal to remove King's name received nearly 70% of the vote; slightly more than 30% voted to retain King's name.
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News video: Voters to settle debate over renaming The Paseo for MLK

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On Tuesday, voters will settle the debate over renaming The Paseo for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The issue is Question 5 on the ballot.

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