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House Passes Voting Rights Measure to Restore Portions of Law Gutted in 2015

Official portrait of Rep. Terri Sewell., U.S. House of RepresentativesNNPA NEWSWIRE — “Voting is personal to me because it was on the streets of my hometown, Selma, that foot soldiers shed their blood on the Edmund Pettus Bride so that all Americans – regardless of race – could vote,” Rep. Terri Sewell, who is African American, wrote on Twitter.

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