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Clinton pays visit to a Charlotte church to acknowledge pain in wake of city’s unrest

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Hillary Clinton pledged to fight for ‘end-to-end reform” of the criminal justice system as she paid a visit Sunday to a church here to commiserate with a community struggling with the fatal police shooting of a black man that sparked days of unrest. The Democratic presidential nominee spoke for about 20 minutes […]
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