Loose marble being removed from state Capitol

Crews have spent the last several weeks removing loose pieces of marble from the 106-year-old building's exterior after chunks were falling -- creating a safety hazard for visitors.
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Crews have spent the last several weeks removing loose pieces of marble from the 106-year-old building's exterior after chunks were falling -- creating a safety hazard for visitors.

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