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State's Sept. 11 memorial revisions nearly done (access required)

Nearly two years after Arizona's Sept. 11 memorial was dedicated, revisions that include taking away some of the most controversial inscriptions on it are almost done. Memorial supporters hope the changes put to rest controversy about the memorial since it was unveiled at the state Capitol in downtown Phoenix on Sept. 11, 2006, the five-year ...

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