Thoughts on Mother’s Day

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  • In 1908, Congress rejected a proposal to make Mother’s day a National Holiday — they joked that they would also have to create a “Mother-in-Law’s Day.” By 1911 however, all states observed the holiday — some of them even made it in official holiday.
  • In 1910, Woodrow Wilson signed a proclamation that declared Mother’s day a national holiday to be recognized the second Sunday in May.

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