CA Declares Flag Impermissible Act of Public Expression

In the small town of Orcutt, California, a private association has raised donations to erect a flagpole and monument between a highway exit and a park-and-ride lot, at the entrance to the community’s Old Town section. The pole would hang the American flag, encircled by five pillars, one each for the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard. The California Department of Transportation (CalTrans), however, has stymied the effort, calling it an impermissible act of “public expression.”

Read more: http://nation.foxnews.com/american-flag/2011/05/09/ca-declares-flag-impermissible-act-public-expression#ixzz1LxpPP0Yq

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