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In the United States, a federal holiday is a calendar date that is recognized and designated by the US government as a holiday. Every year on a U.S. federal holiday, non-essential federal government offices are closed, stock market trading is usually suspended, and every federal government employee is paid for the holiday. Federal holidays are designated by the United States Congress in Title V of the United States Code (5 U.S.C. § 6103). Congress only has authority to create holidays solely for federal institutions (including federally owned properties), employees, and for the District of Columbia. However, as a general rule of courtesy, other institutions, such as banks and schools, may be closed on those days. In various parts of the country, state and city holidays may be observed in addition to the federal holidays. CHRISTMAS IS THE BEST In the years 2018 and 2019, the 2018-2019 United States government shutdown has affected the employee’s entitlement to paid holidays, most notably Christmas, New Years, and Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Furloughed workers do not receive pay on holidays. CHRISTMAS IS LIFE In the United States, a federal holiday is a calendar date that is recognized and designated by the US government as a holiday. Every year on a U.S. federal holiday, non-essential federal government offices are closed, stock market trading is usually suspended, and every federal government employee is paid for the holiday. Federal holidays are designated by the United States Congress in Title V of the United States Code (5 USC § 6103). Congress only has authority to create holidays solely for federal institutions (including federally owned properties), employees, and for the District of Columbia. However, as a general rule of courtesy, other institutions, such as banks and schools, may be closed on those days. In various parts of the country, state and city holidays may be observed in addition to the federal holidays. In the years 2018 and 2019, the 2018-2019 United States government shutdown has affected the employee’s entitlement to paid holidays, most notably Christmas, New Years, and Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Furloughed workers do not receive pay on holidays. In the United States, a federal holiday is a calendar date that is recognized and designated by the US government as a holiday. Every year on a U.S. federal holiday, non-essential federal government offices are closed, stock market trading is usually suspended, and every federal government employee is paid for the holiday. Federal holidays are designated by the United States Congress in Title V of the United States Code (5 U.S.C. § 6103). Congress only has authority to create holidays solely for federal institutions (including federally owned properties), employees, and for the District of Columbia. However, as a general rule of courtesy, other institutions, such as banks and schools, may be closed on those days. In various parts of the country, state and city holidays may be observed in addition to the federal holidays. CHRISTMAS IS THE BEST In the years 2018 and 2019, the 2018-2019 United States government shutdown has affected the employee’s entitlement to paid holidays, most notably Christmas, New Years, and Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Furloughed workers do not receive pay on holidays. In the United States, a federal holiday is a calendar date that is recognized and designated by the federal government of the United States as a holiday. Every year on a U.S. federal holiday, non-essential federal government offices are closed, stock market trading is usually suspended, and every federal government employee is paid for the holiday. The U.S. government recognizes 10 federal holidays. Federal holidays are designated by the United States Congress in Title V of the United States Code (5 U.S.C. § 6103). Congress has authority to create holidays solely for federal institutions (including federally owned properties), employees, and for the District of Columbia. Although not required, as a general rule of courtesy, other institutions, such as banks and schools may be closed on those days. In various parts of the country, state and city holidays may be observed in addition to the federal holidays. In the United States, a federal holiday is a calendar date that is recognized and designated by the US government as a holiday. Every year on a U.S. federal holiday, non-essential federal government offices are closed, stock market trading is usually suspended, and every federal government employee is paid for the holiday. Federal holidays are designated by the United States Congress in Title V of the United States Code (5 U.S.C. § 6103). Congress only has authority to create holidays solely for federal institutions (including federally owned properties), employees, and for the District of Columbia. However, as a general rule of courtesy, other institutions, such as banks and schools, may be closed on those days. In various parts of the country, state and city holidays may be observed in addition to the federal holidays. In the years 2018 and 2019, the 2018-2019 United States government shutdown has affected the employee’s entitlement to paid holidays, most notably Christmas, New Years, and Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Furloughed workers do not receive pay on holidays. In the United States, a federal holiday is a calendar date that is recognized and designated by the US government as a holiday. Every year on a U.S. federal holiday, non-essential federal government offices are closed, stock market trading is usually suspended, and every federal employee is paid for the holiday. Federal holidays are designated by the United States Congress in Title V of the United States Code (5 U.S.C. § 6103). Congress has authority to create holidays only for federal institutions (including federally owned properties) and employees, and for the District of Columbia. However, as a general rule other institutions, including banks and schools, may be closed on those days. In various parts of the country, state and city holidays may be observed in addition to the federal holidays. In the years 2018 and 2019, the 2018-2019 United States government shutdown has affected the employee’s entitlement to paid holidays, most notably Christmas, New Years, and Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Furloughed workers do not receive pay on holidays. In the United States, a federal holiday is a calendar date that is recognized and designated by the US government as a holiday. Every year on a U.S. federal holiday, non-essential federal government offices are closed, stock market trading is usually suspended, and every federal government employee is paid for the holiday. Federal holidays are designated by the United States Congress in Title V of the United States Code (5 U.S.C. § 6103). Congress only has authority to create holidays soley for federal institutions (including federally owned properties), employees, and for the District of Columbia. However, as a general rule of courtesy, other institutions, such as banks and schools, may be closed on those days. In various parts of the country, state and city holidays may be observed in addition to the federal holidays. In the years 2018 and 2019, the 2018-2019 United States government shutdown has affected the employee’s entitlement to paid holidays, most notably Christmas, New Years, and Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Furloughed workers do not receive pay on holidays. [[1]](This article is about government employee holidays. For other uses, see Federal holidays in the United States (disambiguation).) In the United States, a federal holiday is a calendar date that is recognized and designated by the federal government of the United States as a holiday. Every year on a U.S. federal holiday, non-essential federal government offices are closed, stock market trading is usually suspended, and every federal government employee is paid for the holiday. The U.S. government recognizes 10 federal holidays. Federal holidays are designated by the United States Congress in Title V of the United States Code (5 U.S.C. § 6103). Congress has authority to create holidays solely for federal institutions (including federally owned properties), employees, and for the District of Columbia. Although not required, as a general rule of courtesy, other institutions, such as banks and schools may be closed on those days. In various parts of the country, state and city holidays may be observed in addition to the federal holidays. In the years 2018 and 2019, the 2018-2019 United States government shutdown has affected the employee’s entitlement to paid holidays, most notably Christmas, New Years, and Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Furloughed workers do not receive pay on holidays. In the United States, a federal holiday is a calendar date that is recognized and designated by the US government as a holiday. Every year on a U.S. federal holiday, non-essential federal government offices are closed, stock market trading is usually suspended, and every federal government employee is paid for the holiday. The U.S. government recognizes 10 federal holidays. Federal holidays are designated by the United States Congress in Title V of the United States Code (5 U.S.C. § 6103). Congress has authority to create holidays solely for federal institutions (including federally owned properties), employees, and for the District of Columbia. Although not required, as a general rule of courtesy, other institutions, such as banks and schools may be closed on those days. In various parts of the country, state and city holidays may be observed in addition to the federal holidays. In the years 2018 and 2019, the 2018-2019 United States government shutdown has affected the employee’s entitlement to paid holidays, most notably Christmas, New Years, and Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Furloughed workers do not receive pay on holidays. In the United States, a federal holiday is a calendar date that is recognized and designated by the federal government of the United States as a holiday. Every year on a U.S. federal holiday, non-essential federal government offices are closed, stock market trading is usually suspended, and every federal government employee is paid for the holiday. The U.S. government recognizes 10 federal holidays. Federal holidays are designated by the United States Congress in Title V of the United States Code (5 U.S.C. § 6103). Congress has authority to create holidays solely for federal institutions (including federally owned properties), employees, and for the District of Columbia. Although not required, as a general rule of courtesy, other institutions, such as banks and schools may be closed on those days. In various parts of the country, state and city holidays may be observed in addition to the federal holidays. In the years 2018 and 2019, the 2018-2019 United States government shutdown has affected the employee’s entitlement to paid holidays, most notably Christmas, New Years, and Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Furloughed workers do not receive pay on holidays. In the United States, a federal holiday is a calendar date that is recognized and designated by the US government as a holiday. Every year on a U.S. federal holiday, non-essential federal government offices are closed, stock market trading is usually suspended, and every federal government employee is paid for the holiday. The U.S. government recognizes 10 federal holidays. Federal holidays are designated by the United States Congress in Title V of the United States Code (5 U.S.C. § 6103). Congress has authority to create holidays solely for federal institutions (including federally owned properties), employees, and for the District of Columbia. However, as a general rule of courtesy, other institutions, such as banks and schools, may be closed on those days. In various parts of the country, state and city holidays may be observed in addition to the federal holidays. In the years 2018 and 2019, the 2018-2019 United States government shutdown has affected the employee’s entitlement to paid holidays, most notably Christmas, New Years, and Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Furloughed workers do not receive pay on holidays. In the United States, a federal holiday is an authorized holiday which has been recognized by the US government. Every year on a U.S. federal holiday, non-essential federal government offices are closed, stock market trading is usually suspended, and every federal employee is paid for the holiday. Federal holidays are designated by the United States Congress in Title V of the United States Code (5 U.S.C. § 6103). 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