Susan B. Anthony Day
|Susan B. Anthony Day|
Susan B. Anthony
|Observed by||United States (Florida, Wisconsin, and West Virginia)|
|Next time||15 February 2014|
Susan B. Anthony Day is a commemorative holiday to celebrate the birth of Susan B. Anthony and the Women's suffrage in the United States. The day is February 15—Anthony's birthday. In the state of Wisconsin, Susan B. Anthony Day is an established state holiday, which was enacted into law April 15, 1976, from the 1975 Laws of Wisconsin, Chapter 307, section 20. Likewise, this holiday is also commemorated in Florida as a legal state holiday.  In West Virginia, this day is celebrated on Election Day on even years. This holiday is not celebrated at a national level. According to an article from the Seattle Times in 1985, the feminist movement is pushing hardest for this holiday to be celebrated nationally. (Other holidays that are not commemorated on an official federal level in the U.S. but widely observed are St. Patrick's Day and Arbor Day.) 
On February 11, 2011, Republican Carolyn Maloney of New York introduced the "Susan B. Anthony Birthday Act" (H.R. #655) to the 112th session of Congress to honor the birthday as a U.S. national holiday on the third Monday of February. The bill was not enacted and its current status is "dead".
- International Women's Day, which is on March 8
- Women's Equality Day
- Martin Luther King Jr. Day
- Harvey Milk Day
- Rosa Parks Day
- Helen Keller Day
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- Florida Legal Holidays
- West Virginia Legislature
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