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Museum drops lawmaker from exhibit over comments on communities of color (access required)

The Arizona Science Center removed a video featuring a Republican lawmaker from one of its exhibits because of comments he made at a gun safety forum about black and brown communities. Rep. Jay Lawrence, a Scottsdale Republican and former radio host, narrated a video in an exhibit about the science of construction. That changed after Phoenix ...

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