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FILE - This April 23, 2003 file photo shows a statue of a Confederate soldier at an intersection in Alexandria, Va. A city steeped in Civil War history is looking to modernize its laws by removing a provision that requires new north-south streets to be named for Confederate generals. The councilman sponsoring the law says it part of a broad effort to remove anachronistic code provisions that also outlaw lewd cohabitation and heavily regulate the bygone fad of "rebound tumbling." (AP Photo/Linda Spillers, File)

FILE - This April 23, 2003 file photo shows a statue of a Confederate soldier at an intersection in Alexandria, Va. A city steeped in Civil War history is looking to modernize its laws by removing a provision that requires new north-south streets to be named for Confederate generals. The councilman sponsoring the law says it part of a broad effort to remove anachronistic code provisions that also outlaw lewd cohabitation and heavily regulate the bygone fad of "rebound tumbling." (AP Photo/Linda Spillers, File)

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