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Rainbow flag ban proposed in Lafayette

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One Louisiana lawmaker doesn’t want to see a rainbow flags which represent gay pride – on public property: Lafayette councilman Andy Naquin is drafting a law to ban all but official flags from government property.

Naquin says he was contacted by a veteran who was upset that the rainbow flag was flown in a Lafayette park last week as people celebrated national gay pride month.

Naquin says only the American flag, or state or city flag, should be flown on government property.

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  • derp

    I’m gonna go ahead and call it now.

    Andy Naquin is in the closet.

    Step out councilman Naquin, unburden yourself.

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