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United States v. Reese
Updated: 2/22/2019
United States v. Reese
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  • Here is the tax of $1.50 where I can vote.
  • Voting 
  • Tax Collector
  • No, I am not taking the money.
  • The tax collector for voting would not take my money. Then told me I could not vote
  • That is going against the 15th Amendment. Your citizen rights
  • Lawyer
  • Matthew Foushee
  • I am not taking that guys money I refuse to.
  • He don't belong being able to vote in elections and things so no I won't take his money either.
  • Hiram Reese
  • Mr. Foushee and Mr. Reese y'all went against the 15th Amendment
  • United States V. Reese > 15th Amendment
  • He has the right to vote.
  • We agreed with the tax collector that he should not be able to vote.
  • Why do you say he should not be able to vote like all the others?
  • Because of his color and race.
  • That is not right everyone gets treated the same. So not forward no matter their color, race, or gender they are able to vote 
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