WHEN?10 a.m. Columbia Heights officials unveil "City of Peace and Opportunity" memorial.
WHERE?Minneapolis Convention Center
About 1,300 immigrants from 99 countries will be sworn in as new citizens at 11 a.m.
WHO?Hennepin County Sheriff Rich Stanek "We have an access problem when it comes to guns. The severely mentally ill should never have access to guns."
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