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                     THE STATE FLOWER OF NEW JERSEY

                        Chapter 444, Laws of 1971
                            Approved 2-15-72

                           ASSEMBLY, No. 2180

                      Introduced February 16, 1971

        By Assemblywoman MARGETTS, Assemblymen VREELAND and COBB

             Referred to Committee on State Government

    AN ACT designating the violet as the New Jersey State Flower.

    BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of the
    State of New Jersey:

    The violet (common meadow, V. sororia) is designated the New
    Jersey State Flower.

    This act shall take effect immediately.

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