Businesses resist anti-gay laws in Indiana

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Businesses resist anti-gay laws in Indiana

Open For Service, an initiative aimed at supporting “businesses that open their doors for everyone — black, white, gay, straight, Christian, atheist, disabled,” is selling stickers to businesses so they can display their stance against discrimination for the public to see. Participating businesses also get their name placed into an online business directory accessible to consumers.

Since the campaign’s March 11 launch, 3,121 businesses have signed up to be included in the directory and purchased a $10 sticker — which reads, “this business serves everyone” — a representative of Open For Service told The Huffington Post in an email.

Read the original article, “Indiana’s Anti-Gay Law Prompts Thousands of Businesses to Stand Up for Diversity.”

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