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The longest serving member of the NC legislature reflects on the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act (video)

Rep. Mickey Michaux, the longest-serving member of the North Carolina General Assembly, took to the floor Thursday to reflect on the importance of the Voting Rights Act, signed into law 50 years ago today.

Click below to hear Michaux remarks and then visit Policy Watch’s main site to read Sharon McCloskey’s piece, The Voting Rights Act, still alive at 50.

 

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