EDITORIAL: Proposition 8’s defeat would be good for business

San Francisco Business Times
October 17, 2008
"To be sure, there is no escaping or mistaking the moral essence of this measure. For us, Prop. 8 fails this test badly: It is morally deficient to codify intolerance, and wrong to deprive certain citizens of basic rights on no higher grounds than the prejudice of others. But the presence among Prop. 8 detractors of major California companies like PG&E, AT&T, Google and Levi Strauss illustrates that this issue speaks to economics as well, if somewhat more quietly than to equity and civil liberty. Prop. 8 fails this test, too, pointing California toward a less promising future." [Link]
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