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Md. leaders vote ‘yes’ to Taney statue removal

Gov. Larry Hogan and the state’s top two lawmakers approved plans to take down the controversial statue, which depicts a slavery-defending former U.S. Supreme Court justice. The memorial is located on the State House grounds in Annapolis.
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