The People’s House? Months after riots, Minnesota Capitol still fenced in

6December 2020

The People's House? Months after riots, Minnesota Capitol still fenced in

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Like the boarded-up windows at nearby St. Paul businesses, the chain-link fence surrounding Minnesota’s State Capitol was meant to be a temporary safeguard for the historic building during the riots that followed George Floyd’s death. Six months later, the barrier remains in place and isn’t coming down soon. State law enforcement officials want to keep the fence up when lawmakers return on Jan. 5 for the next legislative session — and potentially beyond that, as they anticipate fresh tensions next spring from the planned trial of the Minneapolis police officers charged in Floyd’s killing. As of now there’s no official…. See article below.

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