After 148 years, Mississippi finally ratifies 13th Amendment

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    Re: After 148 years, Mississippi finally ratifies 13th Amendment

    at least they didn't wait over 300 hundred years like...

     

    Legislature votes to repeal 1675 Hub ban on Indians Law hurt city's bid to host convention By Chris Reidy and Janette Neuwahl   Globe Staff, Correspondent / May 20, 2005   E The Legislature yesterday voted to repeal a 330-year-old law banning Native Americans from entering Boston, removing a potential obstacle cited by a group of minority journalists reluctant to consider holding a convention here. (Full article: 707 words)

     

     

    Another proof Liz Warren is not a real indian ... she was able to come and go as she please

     
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    Re: After 148 years, Mississippi finally ratifies 13th Amendment

    What airborne leaves out:

    The 13th Amendment became the law of the entire US, including Mississippi, when Georgia ratified it on December 6, 1865, constituting 3/4 of the states.......it wasnt ever necessary for Miss. to ratify the 13th Amendment. (The state of Miss. did vote to ratify the amendment back in 1995, but supposedly a clerical error was made.)

    " It would be reasonable to predict that after the required number of states ratify, the remaining legislatures would not bother to ratify or reject an amendment that would be binding regardless of their support or opposition..." But this hasnt been so.

    Hey, guess what? "The equality amendments and the Bill of Rights, was made unanimous in 1939 with the ratifications of Connecticut, Georgia, and Massachusetts...."

    Massachusetts didnt believe in the Bill of Rights, until 1939? WOW !

     

     

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