CASEGhiotto v. City of San Diego

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The San Diego Fire Department disregarded the firefighters’ numerous objections to taking part in the city-sponsored parade celebrating homosexual behavior. During San Diego’s 2007 “Gay Pride Parade,” four firefighters from the SDFD were sexually harassed through lewd cat calls and obscene gestures at the event, which was replete with sexual displays and graphic images.
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Blazing fast ruling in favor of San Diego firefighters

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Blazing fast ruling in favor of San Diego firefighters

Calif. appeals court quickly upholds jury verdict against city for forcing firefighters to participate in ‘Gay Pride’ Parade

Oct 15, 2010 Read More

Fire alarm in San Diego: ADF-allied attorney argues for firefighters on appeal

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Fire alarm in San Diego: ADF-allied attorney argues for firefighters on appeal

Despite favorable verdict given to firefighters, city continues to argue it was okay to force them to participate in ‘Gay Pride’ Parade

Oct 07, 2010 Read More

Firefighters forced to participate in ‘Gay Pride Parade’ win heated legal battle

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Firefighters forced to participate in ‘Gay Pride Parade’ win heated legal battle

ADF-allied attorney receives favorable verdict on harassment charge against city of San Diego on behalf of firefighters

Feb 17, 2009 Read More
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Appellate court decision Oct 14 2010

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