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Veterans group slams NYC decision to deny permit for Memorial Day march while allowing Cannabis Parade

www.foxnews.com May 10, 2021

Veterans group slams NYC decision to deny permit for Memorial Day march while allowing Cannabis Parade


James Haynes III, CEO of United Staten Island Veterans Organization Inc., and his attorney Brendan Lantry point to a 'sickening' double standard, threatening legal action if the veteran march is not allowed to take place. A veterans organization is calling out a "sickening" double standard, telling "Fox & Friends" on Monday, that legal action may be forthcoming after New York City denied a permit for a Memorial Day parade. James Haynes III, CEO of United Staten Island Veterans Organization Inc., and his attorney Brendan Lantry pointed out that last week’s Cannabis Parade got the green light from the city. Veterans were set to be given special honors in Staten Island’s 102nd annual Memorial Day Parade this year to mark the Gulf War’s 30th anniversary, until the city decided to deny permits for the parade, The New York Post reported. Haynes told host Brian Kilmeade on Monday that he was shocked that the city did not grant permits...


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