Letter to the editor: Boycott AT&T

Posted 9/15/21

The Clear Creek Democrats passed the motion below at last night’s Central Committee Meeting:

“Motion: Clear Creek Dems endorse the effort to form a boycott of AT&T to protest the …

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Letter to the editor: Boycott AT&T

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The Clear Creek Democrats passed the motion below at last night’s Central Committee Meeting:
“Motion: Clear Creek Dems endorse the effort to form a boycott of AT&T to protest the support AT&T has offered to opponents of women’s choice.”
According to internet sources, AT&T made a $100,000 contribution to the legislative sponsor of the recent Texas bill to limit abortions after the fetal heartbeat is detected. We individually and collectively plan this call to action:
1. Discontinue your plans with AT&T and write a letter to the corporate board that you are doing so in response to this political decision in care of:
Office of the Secretary of AT&T Inc.
208 S. Akard St.
Suite 2954
Dallas, Texas 75202
2. Join us with hand-painted signs of protest on the Floyd Hill Pass Overpass at 4pm on September 26th to rally support for this boycott.
Christina Oshier Andrews,
Clear Creek Democrats

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