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The House voted to honor the late civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. by approving a bill establishing a public holiday in his memory on the third Monday of January. The Reagan administration opposes the legislation, arguing that such a holiday would cost the government $210 million in a lost day's work from public employees.

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