Anti-Religious Freedom Activists Defeated at Procter & Gamble Annual Meeting
October 11, 2016
Procter & Gamble shareholders today overwhelmingly rejected a shareholder proposal designed to have the consumer goods company join the recent corporate wave of opposition to religious freedom, public accommodation and freedom of conscience laws.
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