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The Martinsville-Henry County NAACP held a demonstration at Kroger in Martinsville on Monday to protest the firing of an African-American man employed at the grocery store for 25 years, according to NAACP President Naomi Hodge-Muse.

Another death while in police custody. Another unsatisfactory conclusion.

A Republican state senator who sued Gov. Terry McAuliffe over the governor’s efforts to restore voting rights to felons filed legislation Thursday to automatically grant political rights to certain nonviolent criminals.

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