The Crow Wing County Board is voting on a Resolution on Tuesday that would formally send an objection to the legislature of the new flag redesign. Citing concerns from numerous constituents, Board members are taking this action as an effort to persuade the legislature to veto the commission's new flag and seal.
Action 4 Liberty has also heard countless complaints about the new flag and seal. Spearheaded by a ridiculous complaint of racism in the original flag, the Democrat controlled legislature decided to tear down our historical symbols and replaced them with something of less substance. Here's our recent write up about it.
The Resolution being voted on Tuesday argues that "the official state flag and seal are not only symbols of our state, but [...] contain historical information on our farming, background, Native American heritage."
It also addresses something overlooked by the legislature when it decided to redesign the state flag and seal: the costs to the rest of the state. "Every deputy badge, seals in every courtroom and County Board Rooms" throughout Minnesota will bear the costs of replacing the old seal with the new one.
Here's the language of the proposed resolution:
Let us know what you think in the comments section. If you would like to share your thoughts with the Crow Wing County Board members, you can contact them here.
Here's the law that created the flag redesign commission.