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12/21/2005

 
Congresswoman McKinney Provides Info on Late Rap Icons House Bill with a Tupac Shakur Legislative Primer

Atlanta -

Georgia State Representative Cynthia McKinney has introduced a bill before the United States Congress that would require the National Archives to establish a Tupac Amaru Shakur Records Collection.

Modeled after the famed John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act, McKinneys newly-introduced bill would allow public access to privileged details of hip-hop cultures late rap icon Tupac Shakurs (2Pac) life and death.

Congresswoman McKinney, the Democratic representative of the 4th District of DeKalb County, Georgia, based her Tupac Shakur Records Collection Act on the premise that "all government records related to the life and death of Tupac Amaru Shakur (2Pac) should be preserved for historical and governmental purposes."

This bill has got much attention among, not only those in the hip-hop culture and among the fans of the late rap icon Tupac Shakur but also among a lot of the nation.

Congresswoman McKinney takes time to explain how this bill will work and how people can participate in the passing of the bill in her Tupac Shakur Legislative Primer.

The web site ThugLifeArmy.com asked Congresswoman McKinney questions on how the bill is looked at by government and what is involved in making sure it passes.

You can see Congresswoman McKinneys - Tupac Shakur Legislative Primer and learn the basic dealings of a bill like this before the government at the www.ThugLifeArmy.com web site.

Rep. McKinney called for the legislation during the Congressional Black Caucus "Brain Trust" panels on "Countering Culture: COINTELPRO Attacks on Political Musicians" that addressed the remaining unsolved murders and strange deaths of Paul Robeson, Jimmi Hendrix, Bob Marley, hip-hop rap artists Tupac Shakur (2Pac) and Biggie Smalls, among others, and government attacks on the Hip-Hop generation.

Congresswoman McKinney has said His family and his family of fans have the right to know what happened on that fateful night. The public has the right to know because he was a well-known figure. There is intense public interest in the life and death of Tupac Shakur.

Visit www.ThugLifeArmy.com for all the details on Congresswoman McKinneys Tupac Shakur Legislative Primer.




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