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The comment, apparently meant to dispel stereotypes, was seen by some as derogatory.
Governor wants them relocated to museums; gubernatorial candidates differ on the controversy.
The predawn move comes days after white-nationalist rallies in Charlottesville.
Shahram Johanshad, 46, was pronounced dead after striking two trees.
Jeffrey Uy, 22, faces assault and attempted second-degree rape charges.
Letter shows D.C. hospital did not take steps to reduce HIV infection of infant, other lapses.
The effort has been mired in controversy over the way companies were selected to launch the potentially lucrative industry.
Apologetic Republicans “played right into the hands of the left wing,” Senate candidate Corey A. Stewart said.
The Confederate statue at the heart of rallies has also been an issue in the governor’s race.
The blocked posters include a teacher, business owners and a pastor. Some posted in the last month. Others posted two years ago.