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Laguna Beach to Keep American Flag Lettering On Police Cars After It Was Criticized as ‘Militaristic’ and ‘Aggressive’

Mediaite Wednesday, 17 April 2019
The Laguna Beach city council put a debate to rest after new American flag letter decals on their police cars were criticized as being “militaristic” and “aggressive.” Others said the final product was not the design that was initially approved upon. The LA Times reports the city council voted to keep the design of the […]
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