Dean Michael Yelnosky talks about two U.S. Supreme Court rulings that protect flag-burning as a form of free speech under the First Amendment.

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Yelnosky on Flag Burning

Dean Michael Yelnosky talks about two U.S. Supreme Court rulings that protect flag-burning as a form of free speech under the First Amendment.

From WPRO AM 630's The Gene Valicenti Show: "Gene talks with Dean Yelnosky About Flag Burning"

Flag burningPresident-elect Donald Trump recently proposed a penalty -- including possible jail time or loss of citizenship -- for burning the American flag. But Dean Michael Yelnosky explains the two US Supreme Court rulings that protect the act under the First Amendment as a form of free speech.

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