NC man fights HOA order to remove Confederate-style flag

A Cary man is fighting an order from his homeowner’s association to remove a Confederate-style flag that’s flying on his front porch.  Frank Bray says he purchased the flag, which features elements of the North Carolina state flag as well as the Confederate battle flag’s stars and bars, in reaction to recent news events, he believes, unfairly depicts the flag as a symbol of racism. It’s flying outside his home in the Carpenter Village neighborhood.   Read the article……….


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