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Kansas City votes on removing MLK's name on street

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 5 November 2019
After nearly a year of debate that included charges of racism on one side and claims city officials bypassed rules on the other, Kansas City, Missouri, residents will decide on removing Martin Luther King Jr.'s name from a historic boulevard. (Nov. 5)
 
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Residents took issue with the fact that Paseo Boulevard was renamed Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard without their input.

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