‘No foreigners’: State declares war on Army vet’s sales pitch

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The state of Michigan is getting ready to drop the hammer of its government power and weight on an Iraq war vet who really doesn’t like the idea of selling his home to a foreigner.

That’s known because in front of James Prater’s house in Mason is a sign that says “Terms No foreigners Iraq vet.”

It’s next to a “for sale by owner” sign.

Fox News reported the state is working on a civil rights complaint against him, because the state says he can’t discriminate like that in the sale of a house.

A complaint was filed with the Michigan Department of Civil Rights which says not only is state law being violated, but so is federal law.

It wants the sign taken down.

“When an ad like this goes unchallenged, it sends a message to the community that such ads are legal and accepted,” Agustin Arbulu,

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