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Shootings put Minneapolis nightclubs back in glare

Concerns have been rekindled about the mix of youth, guns and Warehouse district nightclubs in downtown Minneapolis as warmer summer weather gets underway. Two people were shot early Monday near the Sexworld strip club.
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Concerns have been rekindled about the mix of youth, guns and Warehouse district nightclubs in downtown Minneapolis as warmer summer weather gets underway. Two people were shot early Monday near the Sexworld strip club.

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