While many Americans may look down on burning the country’s flag, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a Texas case in 1989 that the burning of a U.S. flag was protected under the First Amendment.
While many Americans may look down on burning the country’s flag, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a Texas case in 1989 that the burning of a U.S. flag was protected under the First Amendment. Thinkstock Getty Images/iStockphoto
While many Americans may look down on burning the country’s flag, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a Texas case in 1989 that the burning of a U.S. flag was protected under the First Amendment. Thinkstock Getty Images/iStockphoto

Flag burning irks Trump, but U.S. Supreme Court ruled it’s legal in Texas case

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