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LGBT Network rallies to support restaurant that was ordered to move Pride flag

Riptides 11561, a food stand on the Long Beach boardwalk, was recently ordered by the city's police commisioner to remove a Pride flag from public property. On Sunday, the LGBT Network held a rally on the boardwalk to protest the move. Credit: Newsday / Raychel Brightman

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