After much controversy, the Virginia Flaggers are making headlines again.
Last September, the group caused a firestorm after they raised a Confederate flag along I-95 in Chesterfield.
Over the weekend, they raised a second flag along the interstate North on I-95 toward Washington D.C. in Stafford County.
They group held a private ceremony on Saturday morning according to WTVR.com.
Many have called the raising of this controversial flag racist, but the group claims that the flag is a tribute to those who died for the South.
They say that landowners across the state offered them land to fly more flags since the story broke about the first one.
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