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5 Fun Facts About June 8 In Washington History

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1) On June 8, 1904, President Theodore Roosevelt signed the Spooner Act, authorizing the construction of the Panama Canal.

2) June 8, 1977, marked the first day of production at the Boeing Everett Factory, which remains the largest building in the world by volume.

3) On June 8, 1984, Walter Mondale became the Democratic Party's nominee for U.S. President at the National Convention held in San Francisco, California.

4) In 2018, June 8 was declared "Washington State Ferries Day" in honor of the ferry system's 67th anniversary.

5) On June 8, 2006, Washington State Governor Christine Gregoire signed the state's Clean Air Rule, aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions and improving air quality.
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