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AZ’s only black legislators were reprimanded for calling out a colleague’s use of the n-word

AZ’s only black legislators were reprimanded for calling out a colleague’s use of the n-word

Democratic state Rep. Reginald Bolding is one of two black Arizona state representatives. (CNN)Arizona’s only two black state legislators were publicly rebuked after they expressed concern over a colleague using the N-word in a published article. Republican state Rep. Maria Syms wrote and published the article April 25 on […]

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