Chick-fil-A is looking to put this summer's fast-food culture wars behind it and will no longer donate money to groups fighting to block same-sex marriage—at least that's what gay rights advocates in Chicago are saying. The chicken chain, however, is saying suspiciously little about the whole thing.
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Looks like Money speaks loud,and they need to expand so their policies have altered to fit the agenda?
by kathleenkat4 years ago
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by phion4 years ago
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by PseudoLogic4 years ago
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by Tom Cornett6 years ago
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by silverstararrow19 months ago
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by Akriti Mattu18 months ago
Personally, i feel it's a huge leap forward. What are your views ?
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