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What’s going on at the top of the U.S. Capitol?

If you've walked around Capitol Hill recently, you may have heard someone ask: “What are they doing to the big statue up there?” Turns out it’s just scheduled maintenance. The 14,985-pound statue, named Freedom, needs to be cleaned and polished every few years. Read full article >>
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If you've walked around Capitol Hill recently, you may have heard someone ask: “What are they doing to the big statue up there?” Turns out it’s just scheduled maintenance. The 14,985-pound statue, named Freedom, needs to be cleaned ...

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