2017 New Jersey Revised Statutes
TITLE 36 - LEGAL HOLIDAYS
Section 36:2-22 - "Holocaust Remembrance Day"

Universal Citation: NJ Rev Stat § 36:2-22 (2017)

36:2-22. "Holocaust Remembrance Day"

1. There is hereby designated an annual "Holocaust Remembrance Day," which shall be that day in each year which corresponds to the 27th day of the month of Nissan in the Hebrew calendar except in any year in which that 27th day falls on a public holiday or religious holiday, in which event the Governor shall designate another day, as near to that 27th day as practical, as "Holocaust Remembrance Day" in that year. All citizens of this State as well as public and private organizations are urged to recognize "Holocaust Remembrance Day" by appropriate observances.

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