By Julie Marsh
"The purpose of this page is not to encourage flag burning. Nor is it to promote wanton desecration of a symbol which many hold dear. It is, rather, a standing protest to any amendment to the U.S. Constitution which would allow Congress or the States to pass laws against flag burning - laws that the Supreme Court has already said are unconstitutional."He began the page in 1995 in response to the proposed "Flag Protection Amendment", which was introduced to the 104th Congress - where it passed in the House and was narrowly defeated - by three measly votes - in the Senate. It has since been re-introduced twice more; both times, it passed the House and was defeated by a small margin in the Senate.
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