TEXAS GOING AFTER TARGET STORES

Target store 4

In response to Target’s new “inclusive” restroom and dressing room policy, Attorney General Ken Paxton of Texas has sent a letter to the corporate chairman, requesting the “full text” of Target’s safety policies.  

Paxton pointed out that the voters in Houston recently repealed “by a wide margin” a city ordinance that was very similar to the policy Target has put forth.

He said the Texas Legislature may address the issue in the future, but regardless, he reminded Target that it IS possible that allowing men in women’s restrooms could lead to criminal and unwanted activity.

He wrote, “As chief lawyer and law enforcement officer for the State of Texas, I ask that you provide the full text of Target’s safety policies regarding the protection of women and children from those who would use the cover of Target’s restroom policy for nefarious purposes.”

The American Family Association has called for a boycott of Target stores over this issue, and 1,207,599 have already signed the boycott pledge.

Related News:  Target’s Stock Is Falling Since Inclusive Bathroom Announcement

 







 

Comment via Facebook

 

Comment via Disqus


dml-report-120116
DML WALK & TALK 12/6
dml-report-112616-b
12/5 DML Walk & Talk
untitled
Changes to Walk & Talk
dml-report-120416
DML Walk & Talk: December 4
Thanks for sharing!
Register to win! Free DML DVDs and shirts. Plus free iPads, gifts, and more. Enter your email to be eligible. A new winner is picked each week.

Send this to friend