A rainbow-colored piece of cloth flapping atop a Fort Wayne, Ind. truck factory is drawing attention to General Motors Co. A GM plant there raised the flag on Sunday in honor of gay pride month. The plant’s manager rolled out the banner at the request of an employee group representing gay workers, the company said.
In Fort Wayne, not everyone is thrilled with the display. Some employees have complained. A columnist for the local newspaper, The News Sentinel, criticized GM’s decision in a column headlined: “Is GM ‘Gay Motors’ now?”
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