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San Francisco Proposes Statue Honoring Slain Gay Official

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San Francisco Proposes Statue Honoring Slain Gay Official

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San Francisco Proposes Statue Honoring Slain Gay Official

San Francisco Proposes Statue Honoring Slain Gay Official

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Twenty-five years after former San Francisco Supervisor Harvey Milk is murdered, some city officials raise money to place a sculpture of him in City Hall. Milk, California's first openly gay elected official, was killed a year after being elected. NPR's Richard Gonzales reports.