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01/25/2012

Hot cup of liberty: Starbucks gives WA equality push an extra shot

by Jeremy Hooper

Not a huge surprise that they would do so, considering they've always been good about the historical blend they brew. But still nice to see such a major American company (/addiction enabler) taking a bold stand for basic fairness:

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STARBUCKS ENDORSES MARRIAGE EQUALITY IN WASHINGTON STATE [Towle]

Although not to be outdone in the beverage game, I hear the anti-equality side is hoping they can get still support from an eBay seller who pushes decades-old bottles of New Coke. Though even he seems to see their cause as too regressive for his brand.

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