Jonathan Baker, director of NOM's Corporate Fairness Project, in Forbes:
With all the other problems corporations face, a sluggish economy, uncertain tax structure and a shifting regulatory environment, add a new problem: new challenges to the ideal of corporate fairness.
... We are entering a new era, when some gay rights groups are now seeking to get corporations to discriminate against people who do not support gay marriage, and even threatening to punish corporations if they refuse.
This is not only bad business, it’s bad for business.
The workplace should be culture-war free zone—can we come together across the gay marriage line and agree at least on that?