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Kentucky governor against removing Confederate symbols

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin says he "absolutely" disagrees with removing Confederate symbols and monuments from government property, calling it the "sanitization of history." Bevin said Tuesday it would doom society … Click to Continue...
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