REPORT: San Jose city council votes to hang rainbow flags near new Chick-fil-A

BY TEAMDML / APRIL 14, 2019 /

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The San Jose City Council voted to hang rainbow flags next to a soon-to-be-opened Chick-fil-A, in a display of support for the city’s gay community.

The city council recently approved the new Chick-fil-A, which is set to open at San Jose International Airport in May. The fast food chain has faced boycotts from gay rights advocates because of its CEO’s support and funding for anti-gay marriage groups. Chick-fil-A has been blocked from opening up in airports in San Antonio and Buffalo, N.Y., in recent weeks.

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The San Jose City Council voted unanimously to post the flags near the airport Chick-fil-A after the idea was suggested by Santa Clara County’s first openly gay elected official, Ken Yeager, according to NBC News.

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