Mississippi to remove Confederate emblem from state flag

Gov. Tate Reeves said he will sign a bill “in the coming days” after the state’s House and Senate voted in favor of striking the Confederate flag emblem from the state’s flag.
0:19 | 06/29/20

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Mississippi's governor Tate Reeves says he will sign a bill to remove the confederate emblem from the state flag quote in the coming days. State's Republican led house and senate voting in favor of its removal late Sunday night a commission will recommend a new design that must include the words in god we trust. Before statewide referendum on the new flak.

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