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Chick-fil-A finally responds


After three days of silence, Chick-fil-A has finally responded to a Chicago alderman's claims that the company plans to stop funding groups that oppose same-sex marriage.

In a statement released late Thursday, the company affirmed its intent to continue supporting causes that "educate youth, strengthen families, enrich marriages and support communities." But it also reiterated its previously stated intent to withhold support from any organizations with a political agenda.

The statement seems to have reassured some pro-family groups that nothing has changed. But others say the company's response doesn't really address questions about its future donation policy. ... COMPLETE REPORT >>

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