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Wednesday July 29th, 2015 10:08PM

Graves: 9/11 attacks could not 'bend or break" the country

By Ken Stanford Reporter
WASHINGTON - 9th District Cognressman Tom Graves says the terrorist attacks on New York City and Washington eleven years ago today "could not bend or break this nation."

Graves went on to say "...our great land was attacked for who we are and what we represent
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