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U.S. flags among the items in special edition of the Legion's Emblem Sales catalog.
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The Sussex Square Homeowners' Association Board has withdrawn legal action against a World War II Medal of Honor recipient who erected a flagpole with the U.S. flag on his property.
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Five American Legion departments already have secured full co-sponsorship of House Joint Resolution 47.
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A Medal of Honor recipient wants to fly his U.S. flag on his front lawn, but his homeowners' association says no.
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Identical versions of the flag amendment rest in committee in both chambers of Congress. Legionnaires are encouraged to contact their senators and representatives and ask them to support the amendment.
Kentucky Sen. Jim Bunning received the James V. Day “Good Guy” Award at the 91st National Convention. He strongly supports passage of a flag amendment.
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The right to protect the flag was a right that we, as a country, had possessed since the birth of our nation.
Sen. David Vitter, R-La., introduced legislation May 6 to pass a proposed constitutional amendment that would return to the American people the right to protect their flag from desecration.
Professor Richard D. Parker is a staunch supporter of a constitutional amendment that would return the people’s right to protect the U.S. Flag from physical desecration.
Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, received the Legion's Distinguished Public Service Award at The American Legion's Washington Conference on March 3. Following are excerpts from his speech: