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Their stores were burned, ransacked and looted. What's next for Minneapolis-area small business owners who lost everything?

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Two Minneapolis-area small business owners who lost their stores amid George Floyd protests share their stories with USA TODAY.
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Across the Bay Area, small business owners are trying to protect their stores and restaurants -- already hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic -- from the ongoing threat of looting and vandalism. Maria Medina reports. (6-3-20)

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