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    North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper says that Confederate monuments should be removed from state property in the wake of Charlottesville violence. Cooper is now suggesting that some be moved to the Bentonville battleground.

North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper says that Confederate monuments should be removed from state property in the wake of Charlottesville violence. Cooper is now suggesting that some be moved to the Bentonville battleground. Office of the Governor
North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper says that Confederate monuments should be removed from state property in the wake of Charlottesville violence. Cooper is now suggesting that some be moved to the Bentonville battleground. Office of the Governor

Why NC Gov. Roy Cooper wants Confederate statues removed from state grounds

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