OLYMPIA – On Wednesday in the Legislature, lawmakers marked the 75th anniversary of the signing of Executive Order 9066, which sent more than 120,000 Americans of Japanese descent to internment camps. Sen. Hasegawa, D-Seattle, spoke on the Senate floor about the meaning of the Day of Remembrance, as it is known, to not only the Japanese American community, but to the entire American public. “It is everyone of us who suffers when anyone suffers,” Hasegawa said.