Boston St. Patrick's parade organizers to revisit gay veterans ban
BOSTON - The organizers of Boston's St. Patrick's Day parade have scheduled an emergency meeting today to reconsider their vote to shut out a gay veterans group.
This week's decision to bar OutVets from marching drew immediate condemnation from high-profile politicians and stirred up a furor on social media.
OutVets was first allowed to participate in the parade in 2015.
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