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Munsil: 9/11 memorial should be torn down, rebuilt (access required)

Republican gubernatorial candidate Len Munsil stands with the families of Arizona soldiers who died in Iraq and expresses his outrage at the 9/11 memorial in Wesley Bolin Plaza that he says fails to properly honor those who died. (Photo by Bill Coates)Saying the recently unveiled 9/11 memorial in Wesley Bolin Plaza is an “insult” to ...

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