Senator Murray nomination to the Labor Hall of Honor

The Employment Act of 1946 will soon mark its 75th anniversary. Election of the “spark of will” behind the Act to the Department of Labor Hall of Honor prior to the diamond anniversary of this landmark legislation would be a fitting step toward the celebrations sure to follow. Murray would be the Hall’s first elected official from west of the Mississippi River, and only the second member from the Pacific Northwest. If Presidents Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman were alive today, they certainly would support this recognition for the honorable Senator from Montana. See the nomination on Senator Murray’s page.

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