Seersucker Thursday was a bipartisan effort started by then-Sen. Majority Leader Trent Lott to build friendship among fellow Senators and staff members. Since 1996, men and women on Capitol Hill have worn seersucker on Thursdays to show a sense of tradition and to enjoy its comfort. This year the Senate failed to hold the event because of a need to be "serious" during difficult times. We believe, now more than ever, that seersucker is a fabric that binds us together. Read news coverage here from The Washington Post: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/reliable-source/post/the-petition-to-bring-back-seersucker-thursday/2012/07/29/gJQAx53AJX_blog.html
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