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San Diego Pride to allow uniformed officers in parade

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Pride officials in San Diego have reached a compromise with law enforcement that will allow officers to march in uniform at its in-person parade in July.

It remains unclear, however, if they will be able to do so in future years.While the organizers of the Southern California city's LGBTQ celebration are still encouraging law enforcement officers not to march in their uniforms, they are not requiring them to wear their civilian clothes.

In 2020, San Diego Pride had banned the presence of uniformed law enforcement in the parade.What ensued was many months of negotiations.

LGBTQ San Diego County News reported in May that gay San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria had said he would not march in the parade if the ban were put into effect.

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