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Behind the Headlines: Mormon discipline, Pride, Days of '47, fireworks

Published June 13, 2014 7:22 am

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Two Mormon activists face excommunication from their church for their public actions. A cop resigns amid controversy over his assignment at the Utah Pride Parade. And several elected officials decide to opt out of participating in the Days of '47 Parade, a protest over the parade's refusal to allow a pro-gay float to march.

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