Who we are

The Citizens Flag Alliance is a broad-based, nonpartisan, nonprofit, national organization, which was formed to persuade Congress to pass a constitutional amendment that would return to the American people the right to protect their flag.

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Latest news

June 1, 2020
President calls for Supreme Court to reconsider flag burning laws

June 11, 2020
Civilian climbs 60-foot pole to replace burned flag at California post

January 26, 2017
FedEx Driver Breaks Up Flag Burning Protest in Iowa

January 23, 2017
Oregon Veteran’s Response to Portland Flag Burning


Let the people decide

The Let the People Decide booklet is a brief collection of information, observations and techniques for use in promoting the flag amendment. A more extensive review of the several topics covered within the booklet can be found elsewhere on the website of the Citizens Flag Alliance.


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Frequently Asked Questions

If this is such a good idea, why has Congress voted it down in the past?

A simple majority of both houses of congress voted in favor of the amendment in 1990 and the House of Representatives passed the amendment in 1995, 1997, 1999, 2001, 2003 and 2005, each time by a super-majority of two-thirds. Today, the Citizens Flag Alliance has teams working in every state to raise public awareness of this issue and to encourage citizens to contact their members of Congress and express their desire for a constitutional amendment. It has failed by the narrowest margin (one vote) in the Senate, because it became politicized.

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