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Watch: Minneapolis leaders provide Wednesday, Feb. 24, update on preparedness plans for Derek Chauvin trial

Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey provided an update on preparations for the upcoming Derek Chauvin trial. Watch a video here.

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Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey is pictured here on Feb. 17, 2020. Dana Ferguson / Forum News Service
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MINNEAPOLIS — On Wednesday, Feb. 24, Mayor Jacob Frey and other officials from the City and Metro Transit provided another update on preparations for the upcoming Derek Chauvin trial, and took time to answer questions.

Watch a video of the event below.

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