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Slaughter lived for Rochester

Whatever your political affiliation, there is no denying Rep. Louise Slaughter’s deep love for her adopted community. The Kentucky native spent nearly half her life working in politics to make the Rochester region better. Slaughter, who died a week ago at the age of 88, was a champion of many things: women, diversity, science, the arts, ethics. ...

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