Friday, March 31, 2006

Good News from Alabama

In an overdue but nontheless laudable move, the Alabama House of Representatives just passed an act that lets people convicted of anti-segregationist behavior apply for pardons. The "Rosa Parks Act" will allow state officials to preserve the pardoned people's "criminal" records in the Alabama Dept. of Archives and Records so that historians and activists can access them later.


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