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Town says rainbow dinosaur can stay at school

Nov. 5, 2013 at 6:30 PM   |   Comments

GRANBY, Mass., Nov. 5 (UPI) -- Officials in a Massachusetts town said a rainbow-painted dinosaur statues can remain in front of a high school despite complaints it promotes homosexuality.

The Granby Town Council said Monday night the statue -- part of the town-wide Dinosaur Statue Project to spread the colorful statues around town -- will not be removed from in front of Granby High School, despite a complaint by a resident that the rainbow colors represent support for homosexuality and should not be placed on public property, WWLP-TV, Springfield, Mass., reported Tuesday.

The designs for the dinosaurs were selected by students from the town's public schools and the statues were paid for with a fundraising drive.

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