In 2004, Public Law 108-447, Section 111, was passed requiring the following: "Each educational institution that receives federal funds for a fiscal year shall hold an educational program on the United States Constitution on Sept. 17 of such year for the students served by the education institution. ... Each federal agency or department shall provide educational and training materials concerning the United States Constitution to each employee ... on Sept. 17 of each year."
Has anyone been to any events in the past eight years that commemorate Sept. 17, 1787, Constitution Day? Why isn't this day being celebrated in educational institutions that receive federal funds?
Our Constitution should be honored, respected, followed and celebrated locally and nationally by all government bodies. The time is now, before we don't have one to celebrate!