Missouri’s two U.S. senators, Roy Blunt and Claire McCaskill, have introduced legislation to name the train station in Washington, D.C., after Missouri’s Harry S. Truman, who was president from 1945 to 1953. It would be called the Harry S. Truman Union Station.
There is no memorial or statue of Truman in our nation’s capital as of now. He was one of our greatest presidents. May 8 was the 130th anniversary of his birth in Lamar, Mo.
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