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White House Pledges to Fight Pride Flag Ban – A Battle for Equality in Spending Bill!

White House Opposes Pride Flag Ban at U.S. Embassies, Citing Discrimination Concerns

President Biden Vows to Challenge Rule Targeting LGBTQI+ Community in Diplomatic Settings

According to Washington Examiner, the White House is against a new rule that stops most non-U.S. pride flag ban from flying above American embassies. This rule, part of a big spending bill signed by President Joe Biden, stops embassies from flying LGBT pride flag ban. The White House says it’s wrong to put this rule in the bill because it targets LGBTQI+ Americans, but it won’t stop LGBTQI+ people from being open at embassies or celebrating pride.

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White House Pledges to Fight Pride Flag Ban – A Battle for Equality in Spending Bill! (PHOTO: Reddit)

President Biden Vows Continued Advocacy for LGBTQI+ Equality Amidst Uphill Battle Against Enforced Embassy Pride Flag Ban

President Biden’s team promises to try and get rid of pride flag ban. They want to work with Congress to change it. They say President Biden will keep fighting for equality for LGBTQI+ people both in the U.S. and around the world. Despite the new rule becoming law, they’re determined to make things better for the LGBTQI+ community.

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