McDonald’s


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2nd Amendment

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Environment

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Marriage

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Life

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Education

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Immigration

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Religious Liberty

McDonald’s is an American fast food giant with over 10,000 restaurants in the United States alone.

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2nd Amendment
McDonald’s is a corporate sponsor of the National Urban League, which promotes a repeal of “Stand Your Ground” laws, Accessed 01/19/17.
McDonald’s follows federal, state and local laws in regards to open carry, Accessed 10/26/16.

Environment
McDonald’s is a corporate partner of the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF), which supports cap-and-trade, Accessed 10/26/16.
McDonald’s partners with the World Wildlife Fund, which is a liberal environmental group that supports putting a price on carbon emissions, a carbon tax and also the 2015 Paris climate deal, Accessed 10/26/16.

Marriage 
McDonald’s received a score of 100 on HRC’s Corporate Equality Index. See more on HRC’s position on marriage here, Accessed 2/1/17.
McDonald’s is a corporate sponsor of the National Urban League, which supports same-sex marriage, Accessed 01/19/17.

Life
McDonald’s matches gifts to Susan G. Komen MN, which fund Planned Parenthood programs, Accessed 10/26/16.

Education
McDonald’s is a corporate sponsor of the National Urban League, which supports Common Core, Accessed 01/19/17.

Immigration
McDonald’s serves on La Raza’s Board of Advisors. La Raza is a liberal group that supports and advocates for sanctuary cities, Accessed 10/26/16.
McDonald’s funds the Hispanic Federation, which advocates for sanctuary cities, Accessed 10/26/16.
McDonald’s is a corporate sponsor of the National Urban League, which is a member of The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, which supports sanctuary cities, Accessed 01/19/17.

Religious Liberty
McDonald’s is a corporate sponsor of the National Urban League, which believes that religious liberty is a guise for conservatives to show their bias against the LGBT community, Accessed 01/19/17.
McDonald’s received a score of 100 on HRC’s Corporate Equality Index. See more on HRC’s position on religious liberty here, Accessed 2/1/17.

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