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‘Appalling and disgusting’: Florida lawmaker slapped down after offer to host discarded Confederate monuments

A Eustis City, Florida lawmaker received a sharp rebuke from the mayor this week after offering to accept other city’s Confederate monuments and display them in his hometown. City Commissioner Anthony Sabatini shocked other city officials by writing on Facebook, “To any cities or...
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