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TO CONCUR IN A SENATE AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 127, A RESOLUTION PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION. THE SENATE AMENDMENT (1) DEFINES BORN WHO ARE CITIZENS OF UNITED STATES AS ALL PERSONS BORN OR NATURAL- IZED IN UNITED STATES AND SUBJECT TO THE JURISDICTION THEREOF; (2) REFUSES REPRESENTATION IN THE HOUSE OF ALL STATES WHICH EXCLUDE THE NEGRO FROM VOTING, EXCLUDES FROM THE COUNT THE ENTIRE COLORED POPULATION OF STATES WHOSE CONSTITUTION OR LAWS MAY DEPRIVE THESE PEOPLE OF THE RIGHT OF SUFFRAGE. (3) SUBSTITUTES THE INELIGIBILITY OF CERTAIN HIGH OFFENDERS FOR THE DISENFRANCHISEMENT OF ALL REBELS UNTIL 1870, BY EXCLUDING EVERY MAN WHO HAS EXERCISED JUDICIAL OR LEGISLATIVE FUNCTIONS WHO WENT INTO THE REBEL- LION FROM HOLDING STATE OF FEDERAL OFFICE. (P. 3144-9).

Jun 13, 1866 .

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All Votes R D U I
Yea 79%
 
 
 
 
137
127
 
0
 
9
 
1
 
Nay 21%
 
 
 
 
37
0
 
37
 
0
 
0
 
Not Voting
 
 
 
 
9
6
 
2
 
1
 
0
 

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