May 1 is Law Day

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With Russia headline news these days, readers might be interested in why May 1 is recognized as Law Day in the United States. We’ve got an educational feature for that!

When the Soviet Union existed, the Soviets had a parade every year on May 1 to display their new weapons. This parade showed that the Soviet Union was a nation that ruled by force. To prove the difference between our nations, American politicians and lawyers wanted to show that we were a nation that is ruled by laws
made by our citizens so we began celebrating Law Day on May 1.

To download the archived quarter-page Law Day feature created in partnership with The Missouri Bar, visit mo-nie.com and use download code: lawday1.

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