The new vote in Starkville, Miss., came after the group organizing the parade filed a federal lawsuit.
The denial is textbook anti-LGBT discrimination, say Starkville Pride organizers, represented by prominent attorney Roberta Kaplan.
The aldermen denied a permit for the parade and offered no explanation why.
The Oscar-winning actress says she wants "brown kids" to envistion themselves as a superhero.
The court won't hear challenges to Mississippi's "license to discriminate" law, but advocates expect to bring new ones.
Prominent civil rights leaders refused to go to the museum's opening if President Trump was going.
The state's "religious freedom" legislation will go into effect Friday — unless the high court steps in.