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The Region

December 11, 1986

The Los Angeles City Council has approved the recommendation of a task force to house records of the investigation into Robert F. Kennedy's 1968 assassination in the State Archives. The advisory committee, selected eight months ago by Mayor Tom Bradley, turned in its final report to the council and unanimously selected the archives as the repository for the Kennedy documents, which include thousands of papers and photographs as well as about 200 tape-recordings, films and videotapes.

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