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Businesses react to passage of religious freedom bill

Parul Bajaj, Nissan Group of North America spokesperson, stated that the Nissan vehicle manufacturer opposed the bill due to its diversity policy. However, when asked if it would take any action based upon its opposition, the company declined to comment further. Nissan stated that it is committed to creating an inclusive work environment that promotes diversity. Nissan stated that it has a policy against discrimination of any kind and that any legislation would allow for discrimination against lesbians, gay, bisexual, or transgender people is unacceptable. Tyson Foods Inc. Worth Sparkman, Tyson’s spokesperson, said that the company is currently reviewing the matter to determine whether further action is necessary. “While we respect religious freedom, we are opposed to legislation that allows discrimination. MGM Resorts International released the following statement: “MGM Resorts doesn’t support the Freedom of Conscience bill.” We value the diversity of our guests, employees, and community members. Businesses that are unable to offer services to people because of their diversity may be harmed by local laws.” Toyota released the following statement: “Toyota doesn’t condone discrimination in any form. We believe that inclusion is good for the workplace and the society as a whole. We have found that the best ideas are those where everyone feels valued and engaged. To support this work, you can make a regular donation to our Spring Member Drive today. Our reporters give a human face to policy’s impact on everyday Mississippians by listening more closely and understanding their communities. To ensure that our work is aligned with the priorities and needs of all Mississippians, we are listening to you. Click the button below to let us know what you think.