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Kansas City Voters Remove Martin Luther King’s Name From Boulevard

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 6 November 2019
After contentious debate, the Missouri city christened a street after the civil rights leader this year. Residents decided to revert it to Paseo Boulevard.
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News video: Debate over The Paseo or MLK Boulevard

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Voters will decide if Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard will be changed back to The Paseo or not.

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