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At a news conference attended by members of Philando Castile’s family July 6, Gov. Mark Dayton asked that a police training program be named in Philando Castile’s honor. The Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training rejected the request. (Submitted image)
At a news conference attended by members of Philando Castile’s family July 6, Gov. Mark Dayton asked that a police training program be named in Philando Castile’s honor. The Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training rejected the request. (Submitted image)

Capitol Retort: Dayton appeal, police board’s no, vanishing torts

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