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News Brief: George Floyd Protests Continue, Minneapolis Police Under Investigation

NPR Wednesday, 3 June 2020
Large protests continue nationwide for George Floyd. Minnesota filed a discrimination complaint against the Minneapolis Police Department. And, the Senate GOP prepares to look into Joe Biden's family.
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News video: Protests, Marches Over George Floyd's Death Expanding In North Texas

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North Texans protesting George Floyd's death while in Minneapolis Police custody, are continuing to expand their marches to cities outside of Dallas and Fort Worth.

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