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Parents of Elijah McClain Reach Settlement in Principle with Aurora

Attorneys for the family of Elijah McClain announced on Monday they have reached a settlement in principle with the City of Aurora in a civil rights lawsuit, but the city said the parents must complete a separate allocation process before it can sign a settlement agreement.

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