AP Government Students Will Likely Get An A For The Congressional Bill They Wrote
AP Government Students Will Likely Get an A for the Congressional Bill They Wrote
The newly declassified JFK files have been getting a lot of hype recently, but there’s another group of documents that historians and activists would like to release: The federal government’s files on unsolved murders related to the Civil Rights movement.
In fact, a group of Advanced Placement U.S. Government students have drafted a Congressional bill that could make this happen. The students from Hightstown High School in New Jersey based the legislation on the 1992 act that allowed the JFK files to be released in 2017. Representative Bobby L. Rush (D-Ill.) introduced the students’ bill in March 2017 and it’ …