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Mason Dixon

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Last year the Halloween and Costume Association launched a petition to move the date we celebrate Halloween from the 31st.

The theory is that moving the holiday to the last Saturday of October means it could be celebrated in a more stress-free, family-friendly way. There there would be no school to contend with and trick-or-treaters would be able to scout the neighborhood for candy in the daylight hours, making it safer.

The petition has over 66,000 signatures as of July 26 and it’s growing.

Click here to visit the petition.

What do you think of celebrating Halloween on the last day of October?