I'm pretty sure that's a standard part of a CEO interview process. And he presumably told them "no worries". That's fraud.
Support for same-sex marriage hits new high; half say Constitution guarantees right - The Washington Post
Also, here is another interesting article:
Majority of young conservatives accept same-sex marriage | The Daily Texan
looks like the younger generations on all ideologies are shifting towards acceptance. Younger folks being the most tech oriented, it was a good move on mozilla's part.In poll data released last week, the Pew Research Center reported 61 percent of Republicans and those who lean toward the Republican Party aged 18 to 29 favor the legal marriage of same-sex couples, as opposed to the 27 percent aged 50 and older.
College Republicans, a conservative student group on campus, adheres to the official ideology of the GOP, according to Zach Berberich, accounting junior and communications director for the organization. Berberich said students coming into UT tend to have a high respect for individual liberty.
“College students tend to come in with really libertarian viewpoints,” Berberich said. “A lot of students think it’s not the government’s job to intervene at all in marriage. A lot of us tend to say ‘it’s not our business. As long as it’s not hurting us, then let it be.’”
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I'm sure they did.
Sure, who cares about cashiers, but the CEO is -the- representative of the company. His personal life is in play during the interview process.