flag protection act

Resolution Opposing Passage of a Flag Desecration AmendmentResolution Opposing Passage of a Flag Desecration Amendment
Bill of Rights of our Constitution. Freedom of speech which protects the right to speak our political views no matter how unpopular they may be is one of the most fundamental rights enshrined in the Bill of Rights
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Citizens Flag Alliance Flag Protection AmendmentCitizens Flag Alliance Flag Protection Amendment
Issue ­­­– Constitutional amendment to protect the Flag of the United States from intentional, physical desecration
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New York Law Journal Monday, May 14, 1990New York Law Journal Monday, May 14, 1990
James C. Goodale, of Debevoise & Plimpton, submitted an amicus brief to the Supreme Court challenging the constitutionality of the Flag Protection Act of 1989
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Flag DesecrationFlag Desecration
However, to help clarify the definition, one must define violent, violence is “the use of physical force to harm someone, to damage property, etc.”
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Flag Burning and the First Amendment: a cases Study of United States V. EichmanFlag Burning and the First Amendment: a cases Study of United States V. Eichman
These two divergent trends came to a head on one particular action, the burning of the American flag, in the United States Supreme Court Case, United States v. Eichman
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