H.R. 1931: Japanese American Confinement Education Act

CBO Score

$22 million

Date of Report

Wed February 9th, 2022

CBO Report Details

Legislation Details

117th Congress

To provide competitive grants for the promotion of Japanese American confinement education as a means to understand the importance of democratic principles, use and abuse of power, and to raise awareness about the importance of cultural tolerance toward Japanese Americans, and for other purposes.

Sponsor: Rep. Doris Matsui — D — CA

Establishes a museum program on the historical importance of Japanese American confinement during World War II and permanently reauthorizes the Japanese American Confinement Sites preservation program. The bill directs the Department of the Interior to establish a program of grants to a Japanese American museum to educate individuals in the United States on the historical importance of such confinement and the commitment of the United Stat...

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