Montana 'Treasures' Chick-fil-A

If they're not wanted in San Antonio, they're welcome to expand in Montana. The Treasure State's attorney general wrote an open letter to Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy, asking him to consider opening more locations in Big Sky Country.

There only one Chick-fil-A in the entire state; it's in Kallspell, near Glacier National Park.

Tim Fox - who is running for governor in 2020 - wrote, “Politicians in some states may think it’s okay to discriminate against others based on their religious views, but that’s not how we do things in Montana.”

Chick-fil-A was recently banned from airports in San Antonio and Buffalo over their defense of traditional marriage. Their foundation donated nearly two-million dollars to groups like the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the Salvation Army. Critics claim the popular chain has a "legacy of anti-LGBTQ behavior.” Company officials call the criticism a “mischaracterization of our brand.”

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is investigating whether San Antonio City Council violated the company's religious freedom.

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