§150-A. Cold War Victory Day
In recognition of the long and costly struggle of the Cold War, from the end of World
War II to the fall of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the State designates
the first day of May as Cold War Victory Day. The Governor shall annually issue a
proclamation urging citizens, businesses and organizations to observe the day with
appropriate activity to celebrate democracy's victory. [2007, c. 330, §1 (NEW).]
2007, c. 330, §1 (NEW).