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The giant bird, in protective wrap, made the road trip early Thursday morning. It will be on display in the Eco Experience building to raise awareness of the dangers of lead pollution.
Omdahl writes, "In the off-year, the turnout declines around 15%; the presidential party loses around four senators and 30 House seats. The Virginia election tells the electorate that 2022 will be the normal off-year losses for the party in charge of the White House, meaning that Democrats will lose both houses."
Virginia and Minneapolis elections brought good news.
Since 1890, the towering memorial has stood at its location on Monument Avenue in Richmond, the former capital of the pro-slavery Confederacy, a group of Southern states that fought against Union forces in the 1861-65 Civil War.

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In breaking a lifetime of silence, an Iron Range woman connected her convicted killer of a father to the 1977 murder of 19-year-old Cindy Elias. While there's DNA evidence pointing at him, St. Louis County authorities are waiting to learn more through an ongoing reexamination of the case.
There is no evidence of foul play.
A 31-year-old suspect is being held on a preliminary charge of manslaughter and police are asking any witnesses to come forward with information.
The Democratic president faces significant opposition from Republicans to his tax and spending plans, even with his promise that individuals making less than $400,000 annually will not be affected. Democrats hold slim majorities in the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate.
The two veteran officers "provided unsolicited written reports" rather than taking part in standard interviews, the BCA said Tuesday.
The defendants in Tuesday's hearing are among six people facing federal kidnapping charges who could be sentenced to life in prison if convicted.

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PIERRE, S.D. —A resolution to invite responsible gun owners from Virginia to relocate to South Dakota was killed in the Senate State Affairs Committee on Friday, Feb. 21.
ST. PAUL — Five Iron Range colleges will become one under a proposal driven by persistent enrollment declines being felt throughout the Minnesota State higher education system.
Thousands of gun rights supporters across the state and country are gathered in Richmond.

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