LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) - At least three members of the Lafayette City-Parish Council say they won't support a ban on flying non-government flags on government flagpoles, if one is proposed. City-Parish President Joey Durel says he doubts the measure would pass.
The Advertiser (http://bit.ly/15FYpm0 ) reports that three councilmen at an event Saturday said they would not support the proposal that Councilman Andy Naquin has asked the city-parish attorney to research.
A gay rights demonstration brought about a dozen people to the event.
Naquin, who also attended, noted that so far there's no draft ordinance.
He acted at Lafayette resident Ray Green's request after a gay pride flag was hoisted at Girard Park on June 30.
Green has said he's worried that anyone, including racist groups, could raise a flag on a government flagpole.
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