Two U.S. lawmakers have introduced legislation that most Americans would assume is already in place.
Apparently, U.S. flags flying on federal buildings don't have to be made in America.
They can be up to 50 percent foreign made and Senator Sherrod Brown of Ohio and Rep. Bruce Bradley of Iowa want to change that.
Their bill, the All-American Flag Act, passed the Senate last year, but the House never took up the measure and they're pushing for a vote.
If passed, it would be a requirement that all U.S. flags be made in America.
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