Minnesota is facing a vote on whether to pass an amendment to the state’s constitution which would ban same-sex marriage.
General Mill’s CEO, Ken Powell, said he was agin it.
Just like Starbucks was against a similar amendment in Washington, where Starbucks is headquartered.
The misnamed National Organization for Marriage, Maggie Gallagher’s anti-anti group, organized a “Dump Starbucks” campaign. They collected 44,387 signatures in support of anti-anti. But then gays and the other Spread-Civil-Rights people got together and formed their own group, a “Thank you, Starbucks” campaign. They got 650,109 signatures.
Now NOM is going after General Mills.