Rep. Sampson wants Patriot’s Day holiday for Connecticut

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Connecticut State Rep. Robert Sampson has proposed legislation that would make Patriot’s Day a holiday in Connecticut.  The Republican from Wolcott is advocating that the state celebrate the holiday just like Massachusetts and other states, on the third Monday of every April.

The Bay State, Maine and Wisconsin celebrate Patriot’s Day to honor the Battles of Lexington and Concord, which started the American Revolutionary War.

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