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The Maine state House passed a bill Tuesday that would change the Columbus Day holiday to Indigenous People’s Day.

The bill, which still faces a vote in the Senate, was approved by the House with a 88-51 vote, according to Maine Public.

The article goes on to state the following:

While Columbus Day is still a federal holiday, Maine would join a handful of other states that have recently taken up legislation in an effort to rename it in honor of Native Americans.

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