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Minnesota National Guard plans to deploy as many as 10,000 soldiers to Minneapolis protests over George Floyd

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Minnesota National Guard plans to deploy as many as 10,000 soldiers to Minneapolis protests over George FloydThe Minnesota National Guard plans to deploy as many as 10,000 soldiers to Minneapolis where protests have erupted over the death of George Floyd.
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News video: National Guard Mobilized In Minnesota After Days Of Protests Over George Floyd's Death

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In Minnesota, the state's full national guard has been mobilized after days of chaos in Minneapolis; Michael George reports for CBS2.

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