Is Monday Presidents Day or Washington's Birthday?Posted 02/20/2017 at 06:54 AMANSWER: Yes.
Although February 20th is commonly celebrated as Presidents Day, the holiday is still on the books as "Washington's Birthday".
In 1880, as the first president of the United States of America, George Washington was honored with a federal holiday to commemorate his birthday. Although in 1968, Congress was debated on whether to officially change the name of this holiday to "Presidents Day", ultimately the name was preserved. Since 1971, when federal holidays were moved to Mondays, retailers now use the designation of Presidents Day to celebrate all United States Presidents to promote sales.
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