The renovated main courtroom at the York County Courthouse in York where a version of the Confederate flag and other Confederate items used to be up. A North Carolina man has filed a lawsuit demanding the items go back up, citing the S.C. Heritage Act.
The renovated main courtroom at the York County Courthouse in York where a version of the Confederate flag and other Confederate items used to be up. A North Carolina man has filed a lawsuit demanding the items go back up, citing the S.C. Heritage Act. Herald file photo
The renovated main courtroom at the York County Courthouse in York where a version of the Confederate flag and other Confederate items used to be up. A North Carolina man has filed a lawsuit demanding the items go back up, citing the S.C. Heritage Act. Herald file photo

Lawsuit demands Confederate flag stay at York County Courthouse; hearing Thursday

August 23, 2017 03:04 PM

UPDATED August 24, 2017 07:37 AM

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