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Minnesota state Democrats postpone convention due to unrest over George Floyd death

FOXNews.com Friday, 29 May 2020
The Minnesota Democratic-Farmer Labor (DFL) party postponed its virtual convention, originally slated for this weekend, due to unrest across the state following the death of George Floyd. 
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