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Many in Detroit express approval at a judge's decision to allow Rep. John Conyers to have a spot on the ballot.
John Conyers, Jr., an African-American politician and lawyer was born on May 16, 1929.
Controversial views from Republican lawmakers and candidates on rape and abortion.
Rep. Trent Franks introduces bill that prohibits abortion based on a fetus's race or sex. Civil and reproductive rights groups say it would limit reproductive freedom for women of color.
Redistricting is putting two traditionally Black congressional seats in Detroit in jeopardy.
Rep. Barbara Lee (D-California) realized that there were still laws on the books in 34 states criminalizing people with HIV/AIDS, she sprang into action, introducing legislation intended to move states to change their laws.