Law:The Wisconsin Day Act

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23RZ41 — The Wisconsin Day Act

WHEREAS, Talossa's big, friendly neighboring US state, Wisconsin ("it surrounds us, it penetrates us, it binds us together...") celebrates its sesquicentennial this year; and

WHEREAS it has been kind enough to let us exist unmolested for 19 years;

THEREFORE Talossa hereby congratulates the state on its 150th birthday, and declares May 29th, 1998 to be "Wisconsin Day" in Talossa. (Wisconsin became a state on 5/29/1848.)

Scribe's Notes

  1. This act passed the Cosa 14-1-0 and the Senate 6-0-0.


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