The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) has asked Minnesota companies to remain neutral on a proposed gay marriage ban. Voters in November will decide whether to place the state’s law which bans gay nuptials in the Minnesota Constitution.
NOM, the nation’s most vociferous opponent of equal marriage rights for gay and lesbian couples, has asked the state’s 50 largest companies to not take a side on the issue, KARE 11 reported.
“The corporations all have customers and employees that come down on both sides,” NOM’s Jonathan Baker told KARE.
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