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Topic - New Found Glory
The sponsor of a measure to ban Chicago retailers from putting merchandise in plastic bags says he has the votes to get it approved by the city council and "it's time to move."
Saying its corporate giving policies have been consistently "mischaracterized," national franchise restaurant Chick-fil-A said Thursday that, while it remained committed to an active corporate giving program, "our intent is not to support political or social agendas."
Chick-fil-A stopped funding traditional-marriage groups in an effort to open a new Chicago restaurant, but the company initially kept quiet about the decision, prompting gay rights groups to speculate that the company feared a backlash from conservative customers.
Each day brings new evidence of the left's hatred for Christians and other traditionalists, but the smear campaign against Christian-owned Chick-fil-A sets a new low.
The City Council overwhelmingly approved an ordinance that allows operators of food trucks to cook onboard.
At that time Alderman "Proco" Joe Moreno said plastic bags are "a relic of yesterday's economy."
Alderman Joe Moreno said the gun violence plaguing the city demands a tough ordinance.