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New push on to remove Confederate monuments from state land

New pressure is building on Gov. Doug Ducey to reverse his defense of having monuments to the Confederacy on state-owned property. In a letter July 1, James McPherson III, president of the board of directors of the Arizona Preservation Foundation, reminded the governor of the calls in 2017 by many, including his organization, to remove the ...

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