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05/01/2008

'WTF?!' measure killed by W.F.

by Jeremy Hooper

 Good As You Images 200804281334On Monday we told you how the "pro-family, pro-life" Pro Vita Advisors firm was cooking up an anti-gay shareholder resolution that would've made the Wells Fargo banking outfit considerably hostile towards their LGBT employees. Well, we're happy to now tell you that according to the 365Gay news site, Wells Fargo shareholders easily defeated the mean-spirited proposal at this week's annual meeting:

Shareholders Reject Bid To Strip Gay Protections At Wells Fargo [365Gay]

All's well that ends Wells' riduculous, cruel time-waster

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I had forwarded that to HRC and their Corporate checkers... Don't know if it helped, but they were at least warned.

Posted by: LOrion | May 1, 2008 8:32:13 PM

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