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VIDEO: Demonstrators rally at Bank of America in Des Moines

About 25 people gathered Thursday afternoon in front of the Bank of America building in downtown Des Moines for a “jobs not cuts” rally, showing support for the occupy movement, President Obama’s jobs bill and safety net programs. The rally, organized by Moveon.org and the AFL-CIO, said Bank of America has become a symbol of greed.
Jul 31, 2020

VIDEO: Demonstrators rally at Bank of America in Des Moines

VIDEO: Demonstrators rally at Bank of America in Des Moines

About 25 people gathered Thursday afternoon in front of the Bank of America building in downtown Des Moines for a “jobs not cuts” rally, showing support for the occupy movement, President Obama’s jobs bill and safety net programs. The rally, organized by Moveon.org and the AFL-CIO, said Bank of America has become a symbol of greed.
About 25 people gathered Thursday afternoon in front of the Bank of America building in downtown Des Moines for a “jobs not cuts” rally, showing support for the occupy movement, President Obama’s jobs bill and safety net programs. The rally, organized by Moveon.org and the AFL-CIO, said Bank of America has become a symbol of greed.
Jul 31, 2020

Retail giant Target tells investors company will stay neutral on anti-gay marriage amendment

Retail giant Target tells investors company will stay neutral on anti-gay marriage amendment

Minneapolis-based retailer Target told investors on Wednesday that the company will not be taking sides on the anti–gay marriage amendment slated for the 2012 ballot. The shareholders meeting in Pittsburgh, the first held since a nationwide boycott targeted the stores last fall over its corporate contributions to Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Emmer, drew protesters critical of the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision and members of the LGBT community. Target’s announcement comes as Twin Cities LGBT Pride festivities get under way — an event for which Target is a major sponsor
Minneapolis-based retailer Target told investors on Wednesday that the company will not be taking sides on the anti–gay marriage amendment slated for the 2012 ballot. The shareholders meeting in Pittsburgh, the first held since a nationwide boycott targeted the stores last fall over its corporate contributions to Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Emmer, drew protesters critical of the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision and members of the LGBT community. Target’s announcement comes as Twin Cities LGBT Pride festivities get under way — an event for which Target is a major sponsor
Jul 31, 2020
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