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House Bill 44, which aims to repeal N.C. literacy test, introduced to N.C. House

On Feb. 2, House Bill 44, was introduced into the North Carolina General Assembly, to repeal the literacy test from the North Carolina Constitution. Section 4 of Article VI requires state voters to be able to read and write any part of the state constitution in English, although this is not currently enforced after the passage of federal civil rights legislation.

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