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An LGBT history exhibit went up in the Missouri Capitol. A lawmaker’s staffer complained, and it disappeared.

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“So is there any good reason that our taxpayer funded museum is pushing the LGBT agenda in our state capitol? These are literally in-your-face banners that you can’t walk through the museum without seeing,” he wrote in the post, in which he called out both the state museum and Department of Natural Resources.



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