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AN ACT relative to the display of the POW-MIA flag

1 Display of POW-MIA Flag. Amend NH RSA 3:3-a to read as follows:

3:3-a Display of POW-MIA Flag. The POW-MIA flag shall be displayed above the state house in Concord, all state facilities, and national guard armories and other state-owned military facilities whenever the flag of the United States is flown until all questions concerning the fate of America’s POWs and MIAs are sufficiently resolved.

On July 17, 2007 , Gov. Lynch signed into
legislation SB 27


Gov. John Lynch signing SB 27 with members of the Judicial Committee looking on.

 


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