‘Rep. Nutmeg’ Becomes First Elf on a Shelf to Introduce Congressional Legislation

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This Christmas season marks a historical change of protocol in the hallowed seats of U.S. Congress.

For the first time in its history, an Elf on the Shelf has been given legislative power, according to Florida Politics.

Rep. Anna Paulina Luna, a Republican from Florida who serves its 13th Congressional District, has designated an elf named Nutmeg as representative of “the first Congressional district of the North Pole.”

On Tuesday, Nutmeg made history as the first elf to co-sponsor a bill.

Nutmeg and Luna created a resolution that Dec. 24, already known as Christmas Eve, shall hereby also be called Christmas Cookie Day.

Traditional activities would involve leaving cookies for Santa.

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