Changing the date of Halloween to the last Saturday of every October
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Every year Halloween is on the 31st of October. Why is that? Well, if you didn’t know, like most people, it originated from All Hallows’ eve, which comes before all saints day. Now Halloween has a more widely spread commeraspect, with very few people actually knowing it’s of origins. My idea is to celebrate Halloween on the last Saturday of every October. You might ask, what’s the big deal? First off, as a young adult, I know for sure no kid wants to go out on a week night, where they have school the next day. Most students will have school the next day, and even tests, but if Halloween is on a Saturday, all they’ll have to worry about is doing homework the next day. Second, it would save adults trouble if it were on a Saturday, as some traditions that families may have would be easier to do on a Saturday, where a kid wouldn’t have to worry about school that day. If I get enough signatures I will take action and go to Congress about the problem. In conclusion, my goal is to take Halloween and separate it from All Hallows’ eve, and make Halloween the last Saturday of every October.
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