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From Hilton to Nike, major companies want Tennessee lawmakers to block bills that discriminate LGBT people

Author: CBS News, Published on: 24 April 2019

Eleven large companies are urging Tennessee's Republican legislative leaders to oppose bills they say discriminate against LGBTQ people. The Human Rights Campaign announced Tuesday's letter from Hilton; IKEA North America Services; InterContinental Hotels Group; Lyft; Marriott International; MassMutual; Nike; Replacements Ltd.; Salesforce; Unilever; and Warby Parker. They wrote that bills targeting LGBTQ people are bad for employees and their families, customers and business. One bill would let adoption agencies refuse, based on written religious beliefs, to place children with parents. Another would bar "discriminatory action" by cities and state agencies against businesses with internal policies complying with state law. It's delayed until 2020.

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