Bill of Rights Day
To the Editor:
Dec. 15 has been an American civil holiday for more than 70 years. Sadly, the holiday and what it honors have become forgotten, particularly by most of those running our government at all levels.
Dec. 15, 1941, “Bill of Rights Day,” was signed into practice as a U.S. civil holiday, exactly 150 years after the Bill of Rights – the first 10 amendments to the US Constitution – was ratified.
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