Associated Press.The new logo featured several rays of different colors and is predominately blue, which was supposed to represent learning information and sharing it, according to local TV station KTVH.At a commission meeting last month, a representative of Hoffman York, Addie Palin told the group, “People really liked it for the way that it provided clarity.

How the prism, like the library, is a vehicle for distributing information in a new and different way.”Several commissioners at that meeting brought up the colors as reminding them of the rainbow and Pride flag.“I think there are two things you can say today to set off a firestorm in the area of information,” Commissioner Tammy Hall, who was appointed by Montana GOP Gov.

Greg Gianforte said, the AP reports. “One is a rainbow and one is misinformation. Those are very political, explosive weapons.”The logo’s colors were intended to symbolize, “information being trumpeted outward,” with no allusion to the LGBTQ+ community.