New Tenn. law resticts HOA bylaws against flying American flags

Over 100 new laws will go into effect on July 1, and one of those laws changes what you can and cannot do with the American flag.  The bill says a home owners’ association (HOA) can’t keep a homeowner from flying an American flag outside of their home. Whether it’s an official flag, replica or flag celebrating our armed forces, the HOA can’t make you take it down.  Local 8 News spoke to the president of a local HOA to learn what this new law means when it comes to existing by-laws within an association.    Read the article…………..

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