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+ - SPAM: Should the Start of Chinese New Year Be a Federal Holiday?

Submitted by CarlosF
CarlosF (2729187) writes "Does Lunar New Year belong alongside those other red-letter days? Efforts to recognize Lunar New Year at the state and local level have been afoot for years. In 1994, San Francisco decided to close public schools on Lunar New Year, but this was largely a response to demographic reality rather than political pressure."
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Should the Start of Chinese New Year Be a Federal Holiday?

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