A veteran's organization is once again prohibited from marching in a parade. The Broome County Parade Committee is not allowing Veterans for Peace to participate in the Veterans Day Parade this weekend -- the same decision it made about the Memorial Day Parade in May.

Organizers say Veterans for Peace is a non-profit with an agenda, and it distracts from recognizing and honoring veterans of all wars. The group says its goal is to remember Armistice Day.

"From what they've had to say, we don't really truly understand what they're all about," said Jack Gilroy, the president of Veterans for Peace. "They're supporting the warriors, and what we're saying is we'd like to go back to the idea of celebrating peace."

On Memorial Day, the group walked behind the parade. It plans to do the same on Saturday.