Jamelle Bouie

New York Times opinion columnist

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Staff writer for Slate, covering politics, policy and race

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Lynching is now a federal hate crime, punishable by up to 30 years in prison. Why did it take more than 100 years for a U.S. president to sign this into law?

Lynching is a federal hate crime. New law took a century to get here

Lynching is now a federal hate crime, punishable by up to 30 years in prison. Why did it take more than 100 years for a U.S. president to sign this into law?

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