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Michael Thomas Futrell (born January 27, 1982) is an American politician from Virginia.

A member of the Democratic Party, Futrell served a term in the Virginia House of Delegates, representing the second district.

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The overarching goal of the summer camps was to provide opportunity for youth to develop positive and constructive life choices.

The camps included a curriculum designed to support scholastic, moral, and athletic development of its campers.

Futrell also sponsored bills focusing on the state infrastructure fund, various veteran's issues, and reforming healthcare in Virginia.A devout Christian, Delegate Futrell and his wife also serve as Ministers at Harvest Life Church. He has been known to tell his story of "living next to a drug house and growing up to be the first ever African American elected to represent Stafford County in the Virginia House of Delegates in their 350 years of existence." Taking after his father, who was a high school and college Hall of Fame basketball player, Futrell was a highly sought-after athlete.He had also become known for his public speaking skills, winning the State of Ohio Optimist International Oratorical Contest Scholarship for his speech, "My vision of tomorrow's world," and other oratorical contests throughout the area.In January 2015, Futrell teamed up with Senator Donald Mc Eachin to introduce the Community Policing Act (Body Camera Bill) in the Senate of Virginia and in the House of Delegates.The bill included establishing and updating a number of minimum training standards for law enforcement agencies across the Commonwealth and developing a comprehensive, statewide, long-range plan for strengthening and improving law enforcement and the administration of criminal justice throughout the Commonwealth with periodic updates to the plan.

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