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Ted Cruz Apr 12
Stand against religious discrimination.
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FRC Apr 16
If liberals choose not to eat Chick-fil-A, that's their right. What isn't their decision -- or anyone's -- is to exclude these businesses from the market altogether. If you agree, join our friends from in Wednesday's Day!
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toddstarnes Apr 16
It's time to stand up to the intolerant anti-Christian bigots who want to shut down Christian-owned businesses.
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CBS Austin Apr 12
Texas Values is encouraging all Texans to visit the Texas Capitol on "Save Chick-fil-A day" to "advocate for religious freedom legislation" and by sharing on social media
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SimpleSteps4LL Apr 11
On Wed April 17th Day!
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EricaGrieder May 22
Again, the “” bill was filed on March 7. The San Antonio City Council voted to ban Chick-fil-A from the airport on March 21. Do Republicans no longer believe in linear time? If so, I—well, tbh I can respect that.
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⚖️ TIᖴᖴᗩᑎY | ᑎ | KITᕼᑕᗩᖇT ☮️ May 15
Screw and their bigoted values!
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FamilyPolicyAlliance Jun 13
law in Texas prohibits the government from taking "adverse action" against an individual or business based on contributions to religious organizations. Credit:
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Victoria Snitsar May 15
This might be the most important story of 2019.
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KarinaKling May 16
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Beauty May 21
Y’all will but won’t save black lives. Okay.
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Vanessa Dueñas Apr 17
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Austin Chronicle May 20
SB 1978, aka the Bill, passes House despite heart-wrenching testimony from LGBTQ Caucus.
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KarinaKling May 21
Texas House passes so-called bill on final reading 79-64.
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Naomi Narvaiz May 21
Thank you to those Reps who voted FOR It is on its way to the Governor's desk!
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William Lutz Apr 17
Delighted to enjoy a delicious Chick-Fil-A sandwich at lunch on day!
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Tessa Anderson Ghali Apr 17
Breakfast..... now lunch! Guess what is for dinner?? The San Antonio City Council recently banned a Chick‑fil‑A because of its Christian values. No Texas business or individual should ever be punished for practicing their faith.
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ᴛʀᴜᴛʜ ᴡʀɪᴛᴇʀ May 12
Imagine being so “pro-life” that saving Chick Fil A takes priority over babies caged at the border, women & babies stripped of healthcare, babies slaughtered by Trump’s massive drone killing machine, and baby climate change refugees.
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Naomi Narvaiz May 21
How sad that chooses to twist this into something it is not. This is NOT about homosexuals. Texas wants businesses to have their 'equal' opportunity.
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Uncle Jimmy, at war with Denmark Apr 17
If you're a Texan more worried about than the Federalization of private Texans land I'd suggest you grab a double-Whataburger with cheese and reflect on your value system.
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