American flag controversy: ‘I’m disappointed in my country’ (GA)

The vice president of the association said Olsen can keep her flag, but she will need to move it to a pole no more than 4 feet from her front door, all weather material is required and it must illuminate at night.  “My right is I’ll fly the flag of my country,” said Olsen.   The board told Artz the rules are to protect the building material that has deteriorated throughout the years. As they have it repaired, they don’t want to compromise it with attachments.      Read the article………..


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