Members of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) have introduced a resolution to honor Trayvon Martin, the 17-year-old Miami teen who was shot dead by neighborhood watch captain George Zimmerman, the Washington Times reports.
CBC chair Emanuel Cleaver sponsored the resolution. Corrine Brown, Alcee Hastings and Frederica Wilson are co-sponsors. It is a non-binding resolution “urging the State of Florida and others to repeal the ‘Stand Your Ground‘ law, and admonishing involved parties to pursue full investigations into all homicides, regardless of defenses asserted by the offender.”
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