Law:The Juneau Day Act
The Juneau Day Act
WHEREAS the Kingdom does not have an official holiday to honour the William Penn of Talossa, the Roger Williams of Talossa, the Thomas Hooker of Talossa; and
WHEREAS the Venerable Solomon Juneau is recognized to be the ultimate antecedent of the Talossan national consciousness, with his firm yet kind leadership of the East Side from 1819 to 1852; and
WHEREAS the Ziu now sees it incredibly fit to honour the great Juneau with a annual holiday;
THEREFORE the Ziu sets aside 28 May as Juneau Day, to commemorate the day where a few battalions of Juneaumen bravely fought against the evil Kilbournites on the two bridges.
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