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Trivia Time! Thursday's trivia answer

Members of Congress are now allowed to say "Merry Christmas" in their mail and emails to constituents. When was the last time that was legal?
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1973 was the last time members of Congress could legally say "Merry Christmas" - or any holiday greeting - in mail to constituents. Wednesday the House relaxed the decades-old rule. 

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