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Would moving Halloween to the last Saturday of October leave more time for partying and trick-or treating? A democrat from Connecticut’s House of Representatives doesn’t like celebrating Halloween on school nights.
Tim Lawson wants to make that most cherished day of begging for candy a permanent Saturday date on the calendar. It’s Rep. Lawson’s wish for his state to change the October 31 date and hopes that the rest of the country follows.
So, no more would we have to rush from our Halloween parties to get those tired kids to school. Having Halloween on a Saturday would leave more time for insulin checks from sugar overload.