Vietnamese Flag Dispute Flares in Virginia The U.S. State Department and Vietnam's government oppose a Virginia lawmaker's efforts to mandate the use of South Vietnam's flag at some state functions. South Vietnam fell nearly 30 years ago, but the old flag has meaning for many Vietnamese now living in Virginia. NPR's Scott Simon talks with Virginia state delegate Robert Hull.
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Vietnamese Flag Dispute Flares in Virginia

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Vietnamese Flag Dispute Flares in Virginia

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Vietnamese Flag Dispute Flares in Virginia

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The U.S. State Department and Vietnam's government oppose a Virginia lawmaker's efforts to mandate the use of South Vietnam's flag at some state functions. South Vietnam fell nearly 30 years ago, but the old flag has meaning for many Vietnamese now living in Virginia. NPR's Scott Simon talks with Virginia state delegate Robert Hull.