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Walmart, Delta, and Coca-Cola refused to join hundreds of other companies in opposing restrictive voting laws - here's why

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Summary List Placement While hundreds of major companies signed a new letter Wednesday opposing restrictive voting rules in the wake of Georgia's election law , some notable ones - including Walmart, Coca-Cola, JPMorgan, and Delta Air Lines - declined to join the effort.
The letter, which ran as a full-page ad in the Wednesday edition of The New York Times and Washington Post, opposed "any discriminatory legislation" that limited people's ability to vote. United Airlines, American Express, Facebook, Target, investor Warren Buffett, and others joined the effort.
Last month, a smaller group...
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Pushback against restrictive voting measures gains momentum

Pushback against restrictive voting measures gains momentum

1 month ago   |   By Star Tribune

The pushback against new voting bills and laws in numerous states is growing with dozens of nation's largest corporations and business leaders signing a new statement objecting to "any discriminatory legislation."
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Coca-Cola, Delta, JPMorgan Among Companies Declining to Sign Statement Opposing New Voting Laws

1 month ago   |   By Newsweek

Hundreds of companies signed onto a new statement Wednesday to oppose "discriminatory legislation" that would make it harder for people to vote in the U.S.
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These C.E.O.s Didn't Sign Onto a Letter Defending Voting Rights

1 month ago   |   By NY Times

Hundreds of leaders and companies signed a letter opposing strict limits. They did not.
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Hundreds of American companies signed a new statement opposing voting-restriction laws - here's who signed and who didn't

Hundreds of American companies signed a new statement opposing voting-restriction laws - here's who signed and who didn't

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Summary List Placement Hundreds of US companies and executives signed a statement opposing "any discriminatory legislation" that would make it more difficult for people to vote.
Companies spoken out against Georgia's recently-passed voting-restriction law before, but this represents the largest collective effort yet.
Companies that signed it included:
General Motors
Netflix
Starbucks
Amazon
BlackRock
Google
Target
Facebook
Bank of America
MasterCard
United Airlines
Investor Warren Buffet, non-profit organizations and law firms also signed.
It says "Voting is the lifeblood of our democracy...
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