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Concord, New Hampshire received the "congratulations" of four white supremacists who rallied at the statehouse to honor the only state without a legal King holiday. The city of Mesa, Arizona, meanwhile, once again refrained from celebrating despite Arizona's popular vote to the contrary in 1992. "Mesa is a big deal," said Gene Blue, chairman of the Arizona Martin Luther King Day Committee, told the Associated Press. "It shows this victory is far from won."