The House of Representatives on Tuesday voted 285 to 120 to pass a bill removing statues of Confederates and advocates of slavery and racial segregation from the U.S. Capitol, with 120 Republicans voting against it – up from 113 last year.


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120 House Republicans Vote Against Bill To Remove Capitol’s Confederate Statues