Bill for Tubman Museum Passes NJ Assembly

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TRENTON - It's official, the state Assembly said about the new Harriet Tubman Museum, in Cape May.

According to published reports, the lower branch of New Jersey's government, in a unanimous vote, declared the museum building - the Howell House, on Lafayette Street - the state's official museum for the famous Underground Railroad leader.

Assemblyman Antwan McClellan (R-1st) co-sponsored the bill.

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