November 4, 2015
Longtime North Carolina Republican House member Howard Coble has died at age 84, according to various news reports.
Coble, who decided not to run for reelection in 2014 after three decades in Congress, had been the chairman of the House Judiciary Internet subcommittee, where he advocated for protecting online content and presided over including making illegal streaming a felony.
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