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A statue of former California governor Pete Wilson used to be got rid of from a San Diego park after critics stated the governor supported rules and insurance policies that harm immigrants and the LGBTQ neighborhood.
The 13-year-old statue close to Horton Plaza Park used to be got rid of through Horton Stroll, the nonprofit that owns it, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported. Horton Stroll president Steve Williams wrote in an e-mail that no choice have been made on whether or not it is going to be returned.