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'Guess what. We have God's favor in this town': After mass shooting, Sin City looks for grace

LAS VEGAS - Civic and faith leaders gathered before a bank of television cameras Monday night for a prayer vigil outside Las Vegas City Hall, the speakers standing on a podium with a banner that read #VegasStrong.

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