(Reuters)
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First responders from Va. shooting awarded Capitol Police Medal of Honor
The U.S. Capitol Police on Nov. 9 awarded two of its officers and three first responders from Alexandria Police Department the Capitol Police Medal of Honor for their response to a shooting at a congressional baseball practice June 14.
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