NEW HAVEN, Conn. (CBSNewYork) — Another statue of Christopher Columbus is being taken down, this one in Connecticut.

There were cheers in New Haven‘s Wooster Square as the statue was removed from its pedestal.

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A judge denied an injunction filed Tuesday by the Italian-American Heritage Group of New Haven.

Those who oppose keeping the statue say Christopher Columbus is painful to Indigenous people.

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Supporters acknowledge Columbus wasn’t perfect, but say he holds historical importance in this country.