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|Supreme Knight||Deputy Supreme Knight||Supreme Chaplain|
|#||Office holder||Portrait||Term began||Term ended||Office holder||Term||Office holder||Term|
|1||James T. Mullen||February 2, 1882||May 17, 1886||John T. Kerrigan||1882 to 1884||Rev. Patrick P. Lawlor||1882 to 1884|
|John F. Dowling||1884 to 1886||Rev. Michael J. McGivney||1884 to 1890|
|2||John J. Phelan||May 17, 1886||March 2, 1897||William Hassett||1886 to 1887|
|James C. Roach||1887 to 1895|
|Rev. Hugh Treanor||1891 to 1899|
|James E. Hayes||1895 to 1897|
|3||James E. Hayes||March 2, 1897||February 8, 1898||John J. Cone||1897 to 1898|
|4||John J. Cone||March 2, 1898||March 31, 1899||Vacant|
|5||Edward L. Hearn||April 1, 1899||August 31, 1909||John W. Hogan||April 1, 1899 to June 3, 1903||Rev. Garrett J. Barry||1899 to 1901|
|Rev. Patrick J. McGivney||1901 to 1928|
|Patrick L. McArdle||June 3, 1903 to 1905|
|James A. Flaherty||1905 to 1909|
|6||James A. Flaherty||September 1, 1909||August 31, 1927||Martin H. Carmody||1909 to 1927|
|7||Martin H. Carmody||September 1, 1927||August 31, 1939||John F. Martin||1927 to 1933|
|Rev. John J. McGivney||1928 to 1939|
|Francis P. Matthews||1933 to 1939|
|8||Francis P. Matthews||September 2, 1939||October 14, 1945||John E. Swift||1939 to 1945||Rev. Leo M. Finn||1939 to 1960|
|9||John E. Swift||October 24, 1945||August 31, 1953||Timothy P. Galvin||1945 to 1949|
|William J. Mulligan||1949 to 1960|
|10||Luke E. Hart||September 1, 1953||February 19, 1964|
|John W. McDevitt||1960 to 1964||Bishop Charles P. Greco||1961 to January 20, 1987|
|11||John W. McDevitt||February 22, 1964||January 21, 1977||John H. Griffin, MD||1964 to 1966|
|Charles J. Ducey||1966 to April 1976|
|Ernest J. Wolff||1976 to 1977|
|12||Virgil C. Dechant||January 21, 1977||September 30, 2000||Frederick H. Pelletier||1977 to 1981|
|John M. Murphy||1981 to 1984|
|Ellis D. Flinn||1984 to February 1, 1997|
|Bishop Thomas V. Daily||February 13, 1987 to April 1, 2005|
|Robert F. Wade||April 1, 1997 to September 30, 2000|
|13||Carl A. Anderson||October 1, 2000||Present||Jean B. Migneault||October 1, 2000 to October 27, 2006|
|Archbishop William E. Lori||April 2, 2005 to Present|
|Dennis A. Savoie||October 27, 2006 to December 2013|
|Logan T. Ludwig||December 12, 2013 to December 16, 2016|
|Patrick E. Kelly||January 1, 2017 to present|
Politics and public service
- Samuel Alito, Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court
- Timothy T. Cronin, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Wisconsin
- Kevin Patrick Yeary, judge of the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, lawyer in San Antonio
- George Clinton Sweeney, Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts
- Peter J. Phipps, Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit
- Carl A. Anderson, former Special Assistant to the President Ronald Reagan (1983–1987) and Supreme Knight of the Knights of Columbus
- Martin Patrick Durkin, Former U.S. Secretary of Labor
- Raymond Flynn, former U.S. ambassador to the Holy See and former Democratic Mayor of Boston
- John F. Kennedy, 35th President of the United States
- Manuel Lujan Jr., Former U.S. Secretary of the Interior
- Sargent Shriver, former U.S. ambassador to France and first director of the Peace Corps
- John Volpe, former U.S. Secretary of Transportation and former Governor of Massachusetts (1961–1963 & 1965–1969)
- John Boehner, former Speaker of the House of Representatives
- Hale Boggs, former U.S. House Majority Leader
- Richard E. Connell, former U.S. Representative from New York
- John Dingell, United States Democratic Representative from Michigan
- Bob Dornan, pro-life advocate, actor, and former California Republican congressman
- Bernard J. Dwyer, former U.S. Representative from New Jersey
- Mike Fitzpatrick United States Republican congressman from Pennsylvania
- Phil Gingrey, U.S.Republican Congressman from Georgia
- Andrew P. Harris, U.S. Republican congressman from Maryland.
- Joe Heck, U.S. Republican congressman from Nevada.
- Henry Hyde, U.S. Republican congressman from Illinois
- Jeff Landry, United States Republican congressman from Louisiana
- Joe Manchin, United States Senator from West Virginia
- Alex X. Mooney, United States representative from West Virginia
- John McCormack, former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives
- Bruce Poliquin, United States Republican representative from Maine
- Edward R. Roybal, former Democratic member of the U.S. House of Representatives from California
- Todd Rokita Republican congressman from Indiana
- Rick Santorum, former Republican United States Senator for Pennsylvania
- John G. Schmitz, former member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Orange County, California
Governor and Lt. Governor
- Terry Branstad, Republican Governor of Iowa
- Jeb Bush, former Republican Governor of Florida
- Felix Perez Camacho, Governor of Guam
- Hugh Carey, former Democratic Governor of New York
- Paul A. Dever, former Governor of Massachusetts
- Thomas Donovan Lieutenant Governor of Illinois, 1933-1937
- John Engler, former Republican Governor of Michigan
- T. John Lesinski, former Lieutenant Governor of Michigan
- Mike Rounds, United States senator and former Republican Governor of South Dakota
- Al Smith, former Democratic governor of New York, Democratic nominee for President in 1928
- J. Emile Verret, Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana, 1944–1948
- Malcolm Wilson, former governor of New York
- John Bel Edwards, Governor of Louisiana
- Dan Huberty, member of the Texas House of Representatives from Harris County, Texas
- Joe Ihm, member of the Missouri House of Representatives
- Frank Mazzei, member of Pennsylvania Senate.
- Pat Boyd, Connecticut State Representative
- Paul McMurtry, Representative in the Massachusetts General Court
- Robert F. McPartlin, Democratic member of the Illinois House of Representatives from 1960 to 1976.
- Dennis Paul, member of the Texas House from Harris County
- Thomas P. Sinnett, member of the Illinois House of Representatives from 1924 to 1938. Party Floor Leader from 1933 to 1934.
- Louis Tobacco, New York State Assembly Member 62nd District
- Carlos Truan, member of both houses of the Texas Legislature
- Caesar Trunzo Former Republican state senator from New York.
- Carl M. Vogel, member of both houses of the Missouri State Legislature from Jefferson City
- Bo Ackal, member of the Louisiana House of Representatives for Iberia and St. Martin parishes, 1972–1996
- Jeff Arnold, member of the Louisiana House of Representatives from New Orleans
- Armand Brinkhaus, former member of both houses of the Louisiana State Legislature from St. Landry Parish
- Edward S. Bopp, member of the Louisiana House from 1977 to 1984
- Dennis Paul Hebert, member of the Louisiana House of Representatives, 1972–1996
- Sam A. LeBlanc III, member of the Louisiana House of Representatives from 1972 to 1980 for Orleans and Jefferson parishes; resident of St. Francisville in West Feliciana Parish
- Samuel A. LeBlanc I, member of the Louisiana House of Representatives from 1912 to 1916; state court judge from 1920 to 1954
- Gregory A. Miller, member of the Louisiana House of Representatives
- Ricky Templet, former Louisiana state representative
- Sam H. Theriot, former Louisiana state representative
- William P. Atkinson, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly
- William Banach, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly
- Charles A. Barnard, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly
- Gregor J. Bock, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly
- Everett E. Bolle, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly
- John P. Dobyns, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly
- John L. McEwen, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly
- Gary R. Goyke, member of the Wisconsin State Senate
- Raymond F. Heinzen, member of the Wisconsin State Senate
- Robert T. Huber, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly
- David E. Hutchison, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly
- Henry J. Janssen, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly
- Eugene S. Kaufman, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly
- Stanley J. Lato, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly
- James Lynn, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly
- Thomas A. Manning, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly
- Dale McKenna, member of the Wisconsin State Senate
- David Mogilka, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly
- Richard C. Nowakowski, former member of the Wisconsin State Assembly
- David D. O'Malley, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly
- Thomas D. Ourada, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly
- Bruce Peloquin, member of the Wisconsin State Senate
- Randall J. Radtke, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly
- Valentine P. Rath, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly
- James A. Rutkowski, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly
- Mark Ryan, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly
- Thomas M. Schaus, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly
- Charles J. Schmidt, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly and the Wisconsin State Senate
- William A. Schmidt, member of the Wisconsin State Senate
- Edward Stack, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly
- William T. Sullivan, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly
- Lary J. Swoboda, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly
- Raymond J. Tobiasz, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly
- William W. Ward, member of the Wisconsin State Assembly
- Arthur L. Zimny, member of the Wisconsin State Senate
- Donald G. Bollinger, American shipbuilder and state chairman of the Louisiana Republican Party from 1986 to 1988
- Etienne J. Caire, Louisiana businessman, banker, Republican candidate for governor in 1928 against Huey Long
- Ken Cuccinelli, Former Attorney General of Virginia, Republican candidate for Governor in 2013
- James E. Finnegan, former Attorney General of Wisconsin
- John W. Griffin, politician from Ohio
- Vincent B. Murphy, former New York State Comptroller
- Richard J. Daley, second longest-serving mayor of Chicago
- Roman Denissen, former mayor of Green Bay, Wisconsin
- Tom Galligan, former mayor of Jeffersonville, Indiana
- Howard B. Gist Jr., former city attorney of Alexandria, Louisiana
- Dominic Olejniczak, former mayor of Green Bay, Wisconsin
- John F. Shelley, mayor of San Francisco, California (1964–1968)
Other politics and public service
- John Moran Bailey, chairman of the Democratic National Committee from 1961 to 1968
- Alan Keyes, political activist, author and former diplomat
- Tom Pendergast, Kansas City political boss
- Leo Bernier, former cabinet minister in the Ontario provincial government
- François-Philippe Brais, Canadian lawyer and politician
- Denis Coderre, Canadian Member of Parliament (Canada)
- Michael Copps Costello, former mayor of Calgary, Alberta
- Chris d'Entremont, Canadian Member of the Legislative Assembly in the Nova Scotia provincial government, former Minister of Health and Acadian Affairs
- Laurent Desjardins, former cabinet minister in the Manitoba provincial government
- Bernard Grandmaître, former cabinet minister in the Ontario provincial government
- James John Edmund Guerin, Canadian Member of Parliament, Mayor of Montreal
- Rob Nicholson, Canadian Member of Parliament, Minister of Justice and Attorney General
- Steven Point, Canadian Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia
- Pablo Rodríguez, Canadian Member of Parliament (Canada)
- Alfred-Valère Roy, Canadian politician
- Andrew Scheer, current federal leader of the Conservative Party
- Gerry St. Germain, Canadian Senator
- Roger Teillet, former Canadian Minister of Veterans Affairs
- Stephen Woodworth, Canadian Member of Parliament
- One bishop of Mexico and canonized in 2006
- Six priests, Mexican Martyrs, canonized in 2000 [Feast: May 21]
- The Order's founder, a priest, who was beatified in 2020
- Blessed Michael J. McGivney (priest) [Feast: August 13]
- Two priests and a layman, also Mexican Martyrs, beatified in 2005 [Feast: April 25]
- Blessed Leonardo Pérez Larios (layman)
- Blessed José Trinidad Rangel Montaño (priest)
- Blessed Andrés Sola Molist (Claretian priest)
- Puerto Rican layman beatified in 2001.
- Blessed Carlos Manuel Cecilio Rodríguez Santiago (layman) [Feast: May 4]
- Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, Archbishop of Galveston-Houston
- Cardinal John Patrick Foley, former Grand Master of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem, and former President of the Pontifical Council for Social Communications
- Cardinal Francis George, former Archbishop of Chicago
- Cardinal William Joseph Levada, former Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith and Archbishop Emeritus of San Francisco
- Cardinal Seán Patrick O'Malley, Archbishop of Boston
- Cardinal Justin Rigali, Archbishop Emeritus of Philadelphia
- Cardinal Gaudencio Rosales, Archbishop Emeritus of Manila
- Cardinal Jaime Sin, former Archbishop of Manila
- Cardinal Donald Wuerl, Archbishop Emeritus of Washington
- Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, former Archbishop of Manila and Prefect of the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples
- Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Archbishop of New York City
- Cardinal Blase Cupich, Archbishop of Chicago
- Most Rev. Dennis J. Sullivan, Bishop of Camden, New Jersey
- Most Rev. Martin John Amos, former Bishop of Davenport, Iowa
- Most Rev. Robert Joseph Baker, Bishop of Birmingham in Alabama
- Most Rev. Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap., Archbishop of Philadelphia
- Most Rev. Robert Joseph Cunningham, Bishop of Syracuse, New York
- Most Rev. John Francis Donoghue, former Archbishop of Atlanta
- Most Rev. Robert William Finn, Bishop emeritus of Kansas City-St. Joseph
- Most Rev. Joseph Fiorenza, Archbishop Emeritus of Galveston-Houston
- Venerable Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen, Titular Archbishop of Newport, Wales, TV personality
- Most Rev. Gustavo Garcia-Siller, Archbishop of San Antonio
- Most Rev. Emilius Goulet, former Archbishop of St. Boniface
- Most Rev. Charles Pasquale Greco, former Bishop of Alexandria, Louisiana, and first Supreme Chaplain of the Knights
- Most Rev. Wilton Daniel Gregory, Archbishop of Atlanta
- Most Rev. Michael Owen Jackels, Archbishop of Dubuque, Iowa
- Most Rev. Joseph Edward Kurtz, Archbishop of Louisville and President of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
- Most Rev. Albert LeGatt, Archdiocese of St. Boniface
- Most Rev. William E. Lori, Archbishop of Baltimore and Supreme Chaplain of the Knights of Columbus
- Most Rev. Patrick Joseph McGrath, Bishop of San Jose, California
- Most Rev. R. Walker Nickless, Bishop of Sioux City, Iowa
- Most Rev. Richard Pates, Bishop of Des Moines, Iowa
- Rev. James Coyle, Alabama priest who was murdered on August 11, 1921. Member of Mobile Council 666.
- Rev. John B. DeValles, U.S. Army chaplain
- Rev. John Anthony Kaiser, MHM, a missionary priest martyred while serving in Kenya.
- Rev. George J. Willmann
Sports and athletics
- Lou Albano, Professional wrestler and actor
- James J. Braddock, "The Cinderella Man", former heavyweight boxing champion
- James Connolly, first Olympic Gold Medal champion in modern times
- Mike Ditka, former Chicago Bears coach
- Chris Godfrey, former right guard for the New York Giants and founder of Life Athletes
- Ron Guidry, pitcher who helped lead the New York Yankees to a World Series championship
- Gil Hodges, Major League baseball player and former manager who led the 1969 New York Mets to an improbable World Series win
- Tom Kelly, first baseman and former manager of the Minnesota Twins
- Vince Lombardi, former coach of the Green Bay Packers (The Vincent T. Lombardi Council, No. 6552, Knights of Columbus, in Middletown, New Jersey, is named for him.)
- Connie Mack, baseball player, manager, and team owner
- Bob O'Neil, former NFL Pittsburgh Steelers, New York Titans, CFL Calgary Stampeders, and Montreal Alouettes professional football player
- Floyd Patterson, former heavyweight boxing champion
- Babe Ruth, baseball player for the Boston Red Sox, New York Yankees, and Boston Braves
- Jim Sorgi, former Indianapolis Colts quarterback.
- Shane Victorino, baseball player
- Lenny Wilkens, National Basketball Association's second winningest coach
- Trevor Williams, baseball player
- Frank Castellano, Commander, US Navy, commanding officer of the USS Bainbridge (DDG-96) during the Maersk Alabama hijacking.
- Daniel Daly, Gunnery Sergeant, United States Marine Corps, two-time Medal of Honor recipient once described by the commandant of the Marine Corps as "the most outstanding Marine of all time."
- Gary M. Rose, Captain, United States Army, Medal of Honor recipient, awarded for risking his life to treat 60–70 personnel, despite being wounded multiple times during Operation Tailwind.
- Steve Doocy, Journalist and anchor for Fox and Friends
- Paul A. Fisher, American author, journalist and U.S. Army veteran
- Joyce Kilmer, famous journalist and poet
- Eduardo Verástegui, prominent Mexican actor
- Nick Bruno, president of University of Louisiana at Monroe
- Jason O'Toole, vocalist, Life's Blood
- Jerry Orbach, American actor
- John Edward "Jack" Reagan, father of President Ronald Reagan
- Paul D. Scully-Power, NASA [[astronaut]
- Theodore McCarrick, laicized bishop, former Cardinal-Archbishop of Washington, D.C.
- Frank Costanza – George Costanza's father on Seinfeld
- Silvio Dante's father – The Sopranos
- Doyle Lonnegan – The Sting
- John Kelly – NYPD Blue
- Knights of Columbus archives (December 3, 2018). "Knights of Columbus Supreme Officers". Retrieved December 3, 2018.
- Kauffman 1982, p. 18.
- Kauffman 1982, pp. 40-41.
- Kauffman 1982, p. 61.
- Kauffman 1982, p. 103.
- Kauffman 1982, p. 131.
- "National Council, K of C., Increases Issue. Next Convention Will Be Held in Louisville". The Boston Globe. June 4, 1903. p. 3.
- "The Life and Legacy of Father Michael J. McGivney" (PDF). Knights of Columbus. Retrieved August 14, 2018.
- Kauffman 1982, p. 287.
- Dodge 1903, p. 9; Kauffman 1982, p. 114.
- "History of the Uniontown Council No. 1275". Retrieved February 2, 2018.
- "First Michigan Man to be Elected Supreme Knight". The Augustinian. XXXV (87). Kalamzaoo, Michigan. August 20, 1927. Retrieved February 6, 2018.
- "K. of C. Pledge support for NRA". The Bulletin. XIV (16). Augusta, Ga. August 26, 1933. Retrieved February 6, 2018.
- Kauffman 1982, p. 338.
- Kauffman 1982, p. 394.
- Kauffman 1982, p. 357.
- "Swift Appoints Mulligan Deputy Supreme Knight". The Boston Globe. May 21, 1949. p. 2. Retrieved February 6, 2018.[permanent dead link]
- "K. of C Re-elect* Hart Supreme Knight". The Berkshire Eagle. Pittsfield, Massachusetts. October 22, 1960. p. 5. Retrieved February 6, 2018.
- "HON. JOHN H. GRIFFIN, M.D., K.S.G., K.H.S." (PDF). Knights of Columbus Maryland State Council. Archived from the original (PDF) on February 3, 2018. Retrieved February 2, 2018.
- "Bishop Charles P. Greco" (PDF). Louisiana Ladies Auxiliary Association. Archived from the original (PDF) on September 27, 2015. Retrieved March 4, 2018.
- Jordan, Robert (March 1, 1964). "New Chief of Knights Led Waltham Schools". The Boston Globe. p. 54. Retrieved February 6, 2018.[permanent dead link]
- "McDevitt is reelected as KC head". New Orleans Clarion Herald. October 27, 1966. p. 2. Retrieved February 25, 2018.
- Kauffman 1982, p. 417.
- "Local Delegates at K of C Convention". Hanover Evening Sun. May 21, 1979. p. 14. Retrieved February 26, 2018.
- "ORDER MOURNS THE PASSING OF FORMER DEPUTY SUPREME KNIGHT". Knights of Columbus. April 11, 2013. Retrieved February 2, 2018.
- "KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS MOURNS THE PASSING OF SUPREME CHAPLAIN EMERITUS". Knights of Columbus. May 15, 2017. Retrieved March 4, 2018.
- "Annual Report of Supreme Knight Virgil C. Dechant". Chuck Hauger. Retrieved February 2, 2018.
- Anderson, Carl A. (September 11, 2008). "SUPREME KNIGHT'S EULOGY FOR JEAN MIGNEAULT". Knights of Columbus. Retrieved February 2, 2018.
- "ARCHBISHOP WILLIAM E. LORI, S.T.D. SUPREME CHAPLAIN OF THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS". Knights of Columbus. Retrieved March 4, 2018.
- Gosgnach, Tony (August 30, 2007). "Q and A with: Dennis Savoie". The Interim. Retrieved November 15, 2016.
- Gyapong, Deborah (February 27, 2015). "Ambassador settles in to new role in Rome". The B.C. Catholic. Archived from the original on November 16, 2016. Retrieved November 15, 2016.
- "Patrick E. Kelly". Knights of Columbus. Retrieved February 1, 2018.
- United States Congressional Serial Set. U.S. Government Printing Office. 1914. p. 43. Retrieved 28 February 2018.
- "'Few in Public Life Have Served as Well,' Supreme Knight Says". Knights of Columbus. November 29, 2007. Retrieved January 23, 2017.
- "Rep. Dan Huberty (R-Houston)". The Texas Tribune. Retrieved March 25, 2014.
- Kestenbaum, Lawrence (March 24, 2009). "Index to Politicians: Mayne to Mcallen". The Political Graveyard. Retrieved 2009-12-02.
- "Election 2018 | Pat Boyd CT State Representative Candidate for Brooklyn, Eastford, Pomfret, Union, Woodstock". CBIA. Retrieved 2020-07-12.
- "Clark Post To McPartlin". Suburbanite Economist. January 20, 1960. p. 12. Retrieved July 1, 2017 – via Newspapers.com.
- "Announcement". dennispaul.com. Retrieved December 10, 2014.
- Townsend, Walter A. (1935). Illinois Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members - Past and Present. Democrat Historical Association, Inc. p. 165. Retrieved July 19, 2018.
- "Carlos Truan obituary". Texas State Cemetery. Retrieved August 25, 2012.
- "Public Servant Elias "Bo" Ackal Jr., Succumbs to Cancer". house.legis.state.la.us. Archived from the original on June 26, 2015. Retrieved June 24, 2015.
- "Living Legends: Armand Brinkhaus". acadiamuseum.com. Retrieved May 23, 2014.
- "Edward S. Bopp". bopplawfirm.com. Archived from the original on September 19, 2015. Retrieved June 28, 2015.
- "Dennis P. Hebert". The Baton Rouge Advocate. Retrieved September 13, 2015.
- "Sam A. LeBlanc Papers" (PDF). Nicholls State University, Thibodaux, Louisiana. Retrieved May 31, 2014.
- "Mary Sparacello, St. Charles Parish-based 56th Louisiana House district draws trio of hopefuls, September 28, 2011". New Orleans Times-Picayune. Retrieved August 26, 2013.
- "Rep. Ricky James Templet". votesmart.org. Retrieved July 9, 2011.
- "1998 Inductee: Sam H. Theriot". laffnet.org. Archived from the original on October 29, 2013. Retrieved June 22, 2013.
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- It is unknown at this time whether McCarrick has been removed from the order, however Supreme Knight Carl Anderson has denounced his actions. https://zenit.org/articles/knights-of-columbus-leader-calls-for-action-in-abuse-crisis/
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