Check Federal and State holidays in US for 2016 and 2017 .
|January-26, Thursday||General Douglas MacArthur Day||Arkansas|
|January-26, Thursday||Motherhood and Apple Pie Day||Virginia|
|January-27, Friday||Firefighter Recognition Day||Arkansas|
|January-27, Friday||Utah History Day||Utah|
|January-29, Sunday||Memorial Day||Kansas|
|January-29, Sunday||Thomas Paine Day||Oregon|
|January-30, Monday||Civil Liberties and the Constitution Day||Hawaii|
|January-30, Monday||Franklin D. Roosevelt Day||Tennessee|
|January-30, Monday||Fred Korematsu Day of Civil Liberties and the Constitution||California|
|January-30, Monday||Pennsylvanians with Disabilities Day||Pennsylvania|
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The U.S. federal government only has constitutional jurisdiction to establish holidays for itself,
for certain federally chartered and regulated businesses (such as federal banks), and for Washington, D.C.;
otherwise, constitutional authority to create public holidays is a power reserved to the states.
Most states also allow local jurisdictions (cities, villages, etc.) to establish their own local holidays.
However, as a general rule other institutions, including banks, post offices, and schools, may be closed on federal holidays.