Everyone must realize it was the establishment republican party and its religious right wing that hid its 'faith based agenda' from public for decades. Now that this demented agenda has been exposed (NWO), we are publicly witnessing the status quo, conservative structure meltdown, this is probably the 'reason' behind why some states refuse to give up power to federal laws
Companies demand repeal of MS "religious freedom" lawhttp://www.cbsnews.com/videos/companies-demand-repeal-of-mississippi-religious-freedom-law/
Mississippi faces a major corporate backlash over its so-called “religious freedom law." Executives from GE, Pepsi, Levi Strauss and other companies sent a letter Wednesday to Gov. Phil Bryant, condemning the new law as discriminatory. Mississippi joins North Carolina in allowing businesses to deny service to LGBT people. Georgia’s governor last week vetoed a similar bill. Mark Strassmann reports.
GE, Dow, Pepsi, HPE, Hyatt, Choice Hotels, Levi Strauss, Whole Foods Urge Lawmakers to Repeal HB1523 http://www.hrc.org/blog/ge-dow-pepsi-hpe-hyatt-choice-hotelslevi-strauss-whole-foods-urge-lawmakers
Today, HRC announced that executives from GE, the Dow Chemical Company, PepsiCo, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Hyatt Hotels Corporation, Choice Hotels International, Inc., Levi Strauss & Co., and Whole Foods Market have signed onto an open letter addressed to Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant, Lt. Governor Tate Reeves, and House Speaker Philip A. Gunn urging state lawmakers to repeal HB 1523 -- a discriminatory measure signed into law yesterday despite outcry from the business community, fair-minded Mississippians, and LGBT equality advocates.
In addition to the major corporations signing onto this letter calling for repeal, some of the state’s largest employers, including Nissan Group of North America, Tyson Food Inc, MGM Resorts International, and Toyota, publicly voiced their opposition to the appalling legislation -- joining national corporations such as AT&T, IBM, Levi Strauss & Co, MassMutual, General Electric, and Hyatt. Gov. Bryant also ignored the call of the Mississippi Manufacturers Association (MMA) to veto the discriminatory measure. Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff has joined an effort to get more CEOs to speak publicly against the law, and top executives from Microsoft and IBM have asserted that the law is bad for business.