Mississippi’s flag, the last state flag with a Confederate battle emblem, is coming down after 126 years.

Republican Gov. Tate Reeves on Tuesday signed into law a historic bill that requires the current flag to come down within 15 days and sets a framework for voters to pick a new design. The state legislature voted by a wide margin Sunday to scrap the Confederate emblem, which many view as a symbol of slavery and segregation.


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