Chick-fil-A was the source of controversy following a series of antigay marriage public statements made in June 2012 by chief operating officer Dan Cathy who personally opposes same-sex marriage. The statements followed reports that Chick-fil-A's charitable endeavor, the WinShape Foundation, had made millions in donations to political organizations opposing LGBT rights, and also that the chain co-sponsored a marriage conference along with the Pennsylvania Family Institute (PFI), opposing gay marriage. In reaction, LGBT rights activists called for protests and boycotts of the chain, while counter-protestors rallied in support by eating at the restaurants. National political figures both for and against the actions spoke out and some business partners severed ties with the chain.

Apparently, Tim Fox — who's running for governor — thinks the biggest issue for Montanans is a dearth of fast-food chicken restaurants.

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The hockey team blamed protesters for ruining the "family-friendly" atmosphere and threatened to have them arrested if they ever return. 

April 15 2019 3:34 PM

The California city wants to make the hateful restaurant the "gayest Chick-fil-A in the country."

April 10 2019 1:50 PM

Pushback and protests against Chick-fil-A for its support of anti-LGBTQ groups are hitting the company in the pocketbook. 

April 01 2019 3:28 PM

The gay presidential hopeful likes the chicken but not the politics of the fast-food chain.

March 26 2019 5:54 PM

Officials in Texas's second-largest city say the chicken chain is not welcome at their airport because of its antigay donations.

March 22 2019 1:35 PM

Tax filings show the fast food chain gave nearly $2 million to homophobic organizations in 2017.

March 20 2019 2:19 PM