New Jersey has a lot on its plate lately, whether it’s the arguments over their Governor’s bridge related activities or a series of winter storms paralyzing sections of the state. The legislature is busy tackling one pressing issue after another, and now they’re working on …renaming the Sea of Japan?
A group of local politicians in New Jersey would like to rewrite maps of Asia.
On Monday, five New Jersey Democrats introduced a bill that would rename the sea between Japan and the Korean peninsula.
Currently, the sea is known as the Sea of Japan. But, according to the Star-Ledger newspaper, the bill would require “the state and all its political subdivisions, ‘to the extent practicable’” to refer to the body of water as both the “East Sea” and the “Sea of Japan.” Textbooks in New Jersey schools would have to adopt the new names starting in 2016.
Did the Garden State legalize recreational pot use and I just missed the story?