Frank Sinatra Day — A Week Late

House members declared a Frank Sinatra Day — but it was a week ago, May 13.

Lawmakers didn’t get around to voting on a resolution until today, voting 402-3 to name the day after the late entertainer. That was the same day that a new stamp was unveiled to honor Sinatra, who died on May 14, 1998.

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