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Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves signs law retiring state flag to remove Confederate emblem

Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves signs law retiring state flag to remove Confederate emblem

Tate Reeves (R) signed historic legislation into law on Tuesday, officially retiring the state flag from 1894 that contained the Confederate battle emblem.

"This was a hard conversation for Mississippi, but family conversations can often be hard."

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The new law not only retires the state's flag, but initiates the creation of a commission to present a new design to be voted on by the people of Mississippi.

Mississippi was the last remaining state in the U.S. to exhibit the Confederate battle flag on its banner.

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