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Opinion | The spirit of John Lewis lives on in the fight for the right to vote

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“This is not planned, there is no staging here. At the time I joined in April, the vice president was not tasked with voting rights,” Collins told me. As for Lewis’ legacy, Collins commented that the congressman never allowed him to fulfill his obligation to say no to every request of his boss’s time. “Michael, I want to be used for good,” Collins said Lewis would tell him when he complained that people were just using the civil rights symbol for their own purposes. “Well, that’s my goal. My goal is to make sure he is put to good use.”

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