More than 250 Montana businesses sign letter of opposition to LGBTQ bills


More than 250 companies and organizations doing business in Montana — including Chicago-based Molson Coors, which has contracts with state barley growers, and Missoula high-tech firm Submittable — signed a letter telling the Montana Legislature a slate of bills they say discriminate against LGBTQ people will harm their employees and their financial performance.

“As businesses and organizations that support equality for all, we’ve done our part to make sure our employees will be protected at work,” reads the letter provided to the Daily Montanan. “But these bills would harm our team members and their families as they navigate daily life and utilize services and opportunities that should be available for everyone.”

Keith Schubert
Daily Montanan

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