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Tennessee governor declares day honoring Confederate general

CBS News Saturday, 13 July 2019
A Tennessee law dating back to 1971 mandates that the governor must issue proclamations for six state holidays each year, including days for Nathan Bedford Forrest and Robert E. Lee
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News video: Tenn. governors must sign Nathan Bedford Forrest Day proclamation along with others

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Governor Bill Lee signed a proclamation making Saturday, July 13, Nathan Bedford Forrest Day in Tennessee. He's one of many governors who have done so.

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