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Family of Martin Luther King Jr steps forward to protect the voting rights in Washington, D.C. 

The family of Martin Luther King Jr. made their historic annual march in Washington, D.C. They celebrated their legacy in this march. But the basic purpose of this march was to protect the voting rights of voters. They demanded to pass a bill for new voting rights in their march. 

According to Reuters and Martin’s family, more than 100 organizations took part in this long march and chanted slogans about voting rights. Moreover, Martin Luther King III, the son of King Martin, observed a bridge constructed in the amount of $1.2 trillion. He praised the Democrats for this revolutionary change. 

King’s son addressed the crowd and said, we all are gathered here to ensure that all Americans must have an equal right to vote casting despite their race, skin color, and national origin. No American should be discriminated against for his / her voting right. 

A John R. Lewis Act, which proposes freedom to vote, was passed in the House of Representatives. However, some Democrats voted against this act, including President Joe Biden. But they are still unable to stop the filibuster of this act as they have a lack of votes. Senate has considered this matter, and legislation has met with united oppositions. 

The John R. Lewis act would protect voting rights. This would create a standard for voting IDs. This act would provide access to mail-in voting.  

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