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New Hampshire signs into law the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday

New Hampshire signs into law the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday
CON99060705 - 7 JUNE 1999 - CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE, USA: Martin Luther King III, son of slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., listens to New Hampshire Governor Jeanne Shaheen give an address before signing into law a bill giving New Hampshire a Martin Luther King Jr. holiday in Concord Monday, June 7. New Hampshire was the only state in the United States not to celebrate the King holiday. wy/lkm/Lee K. Marriner UPI
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