By JESSICA GRESKO and MATTHEW DALY Associated Press/ BNC Contributor WASHINGTON (AP) — The House moved toward a vote Wednesday on whether to remove from the U.S. Capitol a bust of Chief Justice Roger B. Taney, the author of the 1857 Dred Scott decision that declared African Americans couldn't be citizens. The vote comes as communities nationwide reexamine the people they're memorializing with statues. The 2-foot-high marble bust of Taney is outside a room in the Capitol where the Supreme Court met for half a century, from 1810 to 1860. It was in that room that Taney, the nation's fifth […]
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