PHILADELPHIA (CBS) -- Pennsylvania is taking a closer look at the stories told by the state's 2,500 roadside historical markers. A comprehensive review was prompted in part by the racist violence in Charlottesville, Virginia in 2017.
The process has turned up factual errors, inadequate historical context, and inappropriate references.
So far, the state has removed two markers, revised two, and ordered new text for two others.
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