BILL BARROW and ANDREW TAYLOR Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — The body of the late Rep. John Lewis has arrived in the Rotunda of the U.S. Capitol, where he will lie in state as lawmakers pay tribute to the long-time Georgia lawmaker and icon of the civil rights movement. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi led a delegation Monday to Joint Base Andrews in Maryland to greet Lewis's flag-draped casket. Lewis's motorcade stopped at Black Lives Matter Plaza near the White House as it wound through Washington before arriving at the Capitol, where the late congressman becomes the first Black lawmaker to lie in state in the Rotunda. As with others afforded the honor, Lewis's casket was rested atop the catafalque built for President Abraham Lincoln's funeral in 1865. Pelosi and others will attend
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