Bill of Rights ratified by 3 states 150 years later. About time!
During intermission He Dale the Coffman, much Bill versa proving headed After 150 Years, They Ratify Bill WASHINGTON, April 25 /P Don't think time has done a beck flip, but the government received official word today the last of the original 13 states has ratified the bill of rights. Georgia's ' certification arrived the state department--not by stage coach or daring riders, as most the others came In, but by mall. This year Is the 150th anniversary of the constitution, and those in charge of the observance thought it would be a good idea for those states which never had ratified bill of rights to catch up with neighbors. This meant Georgia, Connecticut and Massachusetts. Properly prodded, legislatures of those states took necessary acUon.