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Honoring differences with flags makes for a thorny issue, city council talk

The, at times, confusing protections of the First Amendment entangled discussion of the city flying a LGBTQ+ Pride flag during a Keizer City Council meeting Monday, June, 7.

While it is unlikely to happen this year, the city may still pursue a rotating display inside the Keizer Civic Center or other options in the future.

June is National LGBTQ+ Pride Month and Councilor Roland Herrera requested information on the process by which the . . .

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