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Governor pardons US couple who waved guns at protesters
The US couple who pointed guns at Black Lives Matter protesters marching past their mansion in Missouri last year were pardoned in the misdemeanor convictions related to the case, the Midwestern state's governor's office said Tuesday. Republican Missouri...
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Federal Judge Blocks Texas Gov. Abbott’s Immigration Order
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Missouri governor pardons Mark and Patricia McCloskey
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Missouri governor pardons St. Louis couple who pointed guns at protesters