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09/27/2012

MN: Feltl puts considerable stock in limited bonds

by Jeremy Hooper

The Minneapolis-based Feltl and Company is all about bonds:

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[Feltl and Company]

Unless, of course, those bonds are between two men or two women. I say that, because company President Mary Joanne Feltl has given a whopping $100,000 to the so-called Minnesota for Marriage campaign, making her the largest individual (as in single human) donor in the whole effort:

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[Minn Campaign Finance]

But hey, we all have to invest our money some place. Ms. Feltl chooses the propagation of civil discrimination, which is her right. Many fair-minded Minnesotans will surely choose a company other than Feltl, which is their right as well.

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