Wisconsin Formally Recognizes Thanksgiving Week as 'National Bible Week'

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The Republican-controlled Wisconsin Assembly passed a new resolution instating the presence of a "National Bible Week" and confirming that the evergreen planted outside the state capitol is, in fact, a "Christmas" tree.

The resolution vote of 64-30 was actioned in direct opposition to Gov. Tony Evers' declaration that the towering tree would be classed as a "Holiday Tree" in order to remove any potential affiliation to the Christian holiday season.

"It seems like the only religion we're willing to take shots at is Christianity," Assembly Majority Leader Jim Steineke said of the controversy, according to The Washington Post. The Assembly also voted 86-9 without debate to ensure that the days surrounding the Thanksgiving holiday were marked by "National Bible Week."

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