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He also called upon the organization to prepare a suit to test the Alabama laws. Lawson enthusiastically responded to Washington’s request, assuring him that the Bureau would draw up the circular as soon as they received the registration laws. He further explained that the treasury currently had $100 that might be used to institute a test case in Alabama, since the finance committee collected money for the purpose of testing the constitutionality of all laws enacted to disenfranchise blacks (Lawson to Washington, December 20 and 26, 1901, in Washington).
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