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Published on Feb 7, 2013
Congressman Joe Courtney on Tuesday, February 5, wrote a letter to DreamWorks and director Steven Spielberg in which he called on the Spielberg to fix an error in the Academy Award-nominated film, Lincoln. In the movie, Connecticut's House delegation is split on the 13th Amendment, which made slavery illegal. In fact, Courtney discovered that all of Connecticut's Congressional delegation voted for the Amendment.