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John Boehner orders flags at U.S. Capitol to fly at half-mast to honor Chattanooga victims

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John Boehner orders flags at U.S. Capitol to fly at half-mast to honor Chattanooga victims

NY Daily News ^ | July 21, 2015 | Adam Edelman

Posted on 7/21/2015, 10:15:20 AM by don-o

House Speaker John Boehner ordered that flags at the U.S. Capitol be flown at half-mast Tuesday to honor the victims of last week’s tragic shooting spree in Chattanooga, Tenn.

“The flags @USCapitol stand at half-staff today in honor of the brace service members we lost in #Chattanooga,” the Ohio Republican posted to Twitter, along with a photo of the U.S. Capitol.

Congressional leaders as well as the White House have faced growing criticism for not flying flags at the two buildings to acknowledge the four Marines and one Navy sailor who died last week after a Kuwaiti-born gunman attacked two military sites in Tennessee.

In the White House’s case, leaders there did not issue a proclamation to…

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