July 29

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  • 1905 – The state Jim Crow law, authored by Pensacola legislators to segregate streetcars, is struck down as unconstitutional by the Florida Supreme Court.
  • 1974 – Congressman Bob Sikes is reprimanded by the House of Representatives for failing to disclose financial ties to businesses who benefitted from government contracts he awarded.