California City Passes Ban Preventing Government from Flying ‘Pride’ Flags

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California City Ban pride flag

Huntington Beach Vote Restricts Flag Display

Citywide Flag Regulations Enforced

In a recent decision, the electorate of Huntington Beach in California cast their votes on Thursday to implement a regulation that restricts the types of flags that can be displayed on city-owned properties. This decision leads to the effective exclusion of the “pride” flag from municipal grounds. The measure, known as Charter Amendment No. 2, queried the community on their stance towards the endorsement of a predefined list of flags permissible for display.

The specified list includes several flags

the national flag of the United States; the state flag of California; Orange County’s flag; the municipal flag of Huntington Beach; the POW-MIA flag, which is dedicated to recognizing the sacrifices of prisoners of war and those missing in action; the ensigns representing the six branches of the U.S. Armed Forces, namely the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, and Space Force; and the Olympic flag, which is allowed exclusively during the period of the Summer Olympic Games.

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