Sam’s Club


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Religious Liberty

Sam’s Club is the second largest warehouse club chain in the United States. Sam’s Club is owned and operated by Walmart, has over 600 locations, and more than 47 million members.

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2nd Amendment
Sam’s Club’s parent company Walmart is a corporate supporter of the liberal think tank, the Center for American Progress, which is against national concealed carry, Accessed 7/31/17.
Sam’s Club’s parent company Walmart contributes to the National Urban League, a group supporting the repeal of “Stand Your Ground” laws, Accessed 7/31/17.

Environment
Sam’s Club’s parent company Walmart is a corporate supporter of the liberal think tank, the Center for American Progress, which supports a carbon tax, Accessed 7/31/17.
Sam’s Club’s parent company Walmart supports the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) which supports cap and trade, Accessed 7/31/17.
Sam’s Club’s parent company Walmart contributes to Catholic Charities which support the liberal 2015 Paris Climate Deal, Accessed 7/31/17.

Marriage
Sam’s Club’s parent company Walmart is a corporate supporter of the liberal think tank, the Center for American Progress, which applauded the Supreme Court decision overturning bans on same-sex marriage, Accessed 7/31/17
Sam’s Club’s parent company Walmart contributes to the YWCA which supports same-sex marriage, Accessed 7/31/17.
Sam’s Club’s parent company Walmart contributes to the National Urban League which supports same-sex marriage, Accessed 7/31/17.
Sam’s Club’s parent company Walmart partners with and contributes to The Salvation Army, a group that supports traditional marriage, Accessed 7/31/17.
Sam’s Club’s parent company Walmart received a score of 100 on HRC’s Corporate Equality Index. See more on HRC’s position on marriage here, Accessed 7/31/17.

Life
Sam’s Club’s parent company Walmart is a corporate supporter of the liberal think tank, the Center for American Progress, which supports abortion as an equal right for women, Accessed 7/31/17.
Sam’s Club’s parent company Walmart contributes to Susan G. Komen, a group funding Planned Parenthood, Accessed 7/31/17.
Sam’s Club’s parent company Walmart matches gifts to Susan G. Komen (NYC and MN), which fund Planned Parenthood, Accessed 7/31/17.
Sam’s Club’s parent company Walmart contributes to the YWCA which is a pro-abortion organization, Accessed 7/31/17.
Sam’s Club’s parent company Walmart partners with and contributes to The Salvation Army, a pro-life organization, Accessed 7/31/17.
Sam’s Club’s parent company Walmart contributes to Catholic Charities, a pro-life organization, Accessed 7/31/17.

Education
Sam’s Club’s parent company Walmart is a corporate supporter of the liberal think tank, the Center for American Progress, which supports the implementation of Common Core and calls it “American as Apple Pie,” and is opposed to school choice, Accessed 7/31/17.
Sam’s Club’s parent company Walmart contributes to the National Urban League, which is a group supporting Common Core, Accessed 7/31/17.
Sam’s Club’s parent company Walmart is a member of the Business Roundtable, which supports both Common Core and school choice, Accessed 7/31/17.

Immigration
Sam’s Club’s parent company Walmart is a partner of the League of Latin American Citizens (LULAC), Accessed 7/31/17.
LULAC advocates for sanctuary cities, Accessed 7/31/17.

Religious Liberty
Sam’s Club’s parent company Walmart is a member/sponsor of Equality Illinois, Accessed 7/31/17.
Equality Illinois opposed a bill in 2016 which provided state religious freedom protections for private citizens and businesses, Accessed 7/31/17.
Sam’s Club and it’s parent company Walmart are both a member of Equality South Dakota, which advocates for SOGI protections which violate religious liberty protections, Accessed 7/31/17.
Sam’s Club’s parent company Walmart received a score of 100 on HRC’s Corporate Equality Index. See more on HRC’s position on religious liberty here, Accessed 7/31/17.

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