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Tampa police study St. Paul to prepare for Republican Convention

Tampa's city attorney says officials are studying the 2008 Republican National Convention in the Twin Cities to learn what worked and didn't work. Hundreds of protesters and dozens of journalists were arrested four years ago.
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Tampa's city attorney says officials are studying the 2008 Republican National Convention in the Twin Cities to learn what worked and didn't work. Hundreds of protesters and dozens of journalists were arrested four years ago.

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