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Lt. Governor Justin Fairfax Stand with Sen. Louise Lucas

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Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax stands by Sen. Louise Lucas, the highest ranking African American woman in Virginia’s history. Sen. Lucas, the President ProTem of the Virginia Senate, was charged on 08/18/20 with a nuisance felony as she traveled to as special session in Richmond, Va to introduce game-changing police reform legislation. Sen. Lucas represents Portsmouth, Va. Portsmouth has a history of racism and nuisance charges leveled against Black elected officials in an attempt to weaken their power and influence. #Portsmouth19 #NotThisTime

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