The Texas Tribune reports:
With less than a month left in the legislative session — and Texas Republicans split on which package of proposals might cross the finish line — Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft, Unilever, Patagonia and two dozen other companies are urging state lawmakers not to pass new restrictions on voting.
In the biggest pushback so far by business against the GOP’s legislative bid to ratchet up the state’s already restrictive voting rules, national companies joined in a statement voicing their opposition Tuesday with local businesses and several local chambers of commerce representing LGBTQ, Hispanic and Black members of the business community.
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In biggest pushback so far by biz against GOP’s bid to ratchet up Texas’ already restrictive voting rules, major corporations — Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft, Unilever, Patagonia & others — are urging lawmakers not to pass new restrictions on voting: https://t.co/SbxOf7fIBs #txlege
— Alexa Ura (@alexazura) May 4, 2021