Where Was The Enabling Act Signed?

The enabling act, also known as the Clayton Act, was signed into law on February 2, 1914. This act was designed to provide more protection for companies that engage in the business of selling goods to consumers in the United States. The act was named after the then-Senator John A. Clayton, who was instrumental in helping to pass it.

Where Was Enabling Act Passed?

The enabling act was passed in 1976 to allow homosexuals to work in the government.