An “iconic, meaningful, national” memorial and ultimately a museum will stand on the Pulse nightclub property, where 49 people were massacred last year, the foundation planning a memorial said Thursday.

“Today, I’m able to share with you what I believe is news that will help in our mission of healing,” said Poma, who is the executive director and CEO of the onePULSE Foundation. “It isn’t easy for me to stand on this site. What began as a place for fun and joy is now sacred ground.”

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An “iconic, meaningful, national” memorial and ultimately a museum will stand on the Pulse nightclub property, where 49 people were massacred last year, the foundation planning a memorial said Thursday. “Today, I’m able to share with you what I believe is news that will help in our mission of healing,”...