Bush Refuses to Proclaim June as Gay Pride Month

WASHINGTON, June 11, 2004 ( - Several Federal employee homosexual activist groups are gearing up for “gay pride” events despite the recent refusal by U.S. President George W. Bush to proclaim June as Gay Pride Month.  The Department of Justice activist group, DOJ Pride was told by last year by Attorney General John Ashcroft that they would not be allowed to hold any events at all. According to DOJ Pride president Allison Nichol, Ashcroft also canceled the plans of a similar group within the FBI last year. Nichol said her group was considering suing the DOJ. In the past, Gay Pride events were paid for and hosted by the Department.

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