The national culture war is getting closer and weirder, this time in Darien, where the elected council is about to debate a plan that would ban all non-government flags from flying on the property of the city.
Under this measure, only the flags of the United States, the State of Connecticut and the City of Darien could be flown for display on or above city-owned buildings and property, such as the town hall and the beaches. This would exclude flags of other nations such as Ukraine, the POW-MIA flag honoring veterans, the Black Lives Matter flag, the Juneteenth flag, and the rainbow flag for LGBT pride.
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