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Verner asks community leaders to change perception of Spokane in State of City address

Jonathan Brunt / The Spokesman-Review

Spokane Mayor Mary Verner says after a bomb was found last month along the planned route of the Marthin Luther King Jr. Day march, the national media wrongly portrayed Spokane as a community that allows hatred to dwell.

 
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