The Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday



Part of debate/speech on Martin Luther King holiday bill (H.R. 15951)

A speech by Joshua Eilberg on the proposed Monday Holiday bill (H.R. 15951). The bill is to move existing three holidays (George Washington's Birthday, Memorial Day, and Veterans Day) to Monday and to establish a legal public holiday in honor of Christopher Columbus. He debates the substantial benefits of the bill.

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