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A month after George Floyd's death, the hard work begins in Minneapolis, St. Paul

USATODAY.com Thursday, 25 June 2020
A month after George Floyd's death, the hard work begins in Minneapolis, St. PaulJacob Frey and Melvin Carter have a lot in common, including that both campaigned on police reform. A month after George Floyd's death, here's where they stand.
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