Does Starbucks Coffee At Home really support Voting Rights?
Starbucks Coffee At Home is owned by Starbucks
for the company. Starbucks has a long history of supporting voting rights. The company's position is that everyone should have the right to vote, regardless of race, color, or creed. Starbucks believes that voting is a fundamental right that should be available to all citizens. The company also believes that voting is an important way to participate in democracy and make your voice heard.
As corporations back voting rights bill, a key question remains
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More than 150 companies call on Congress to strengthen Voting Rights Act
Amazon, Starbucks and Pepsi are among the companies that signed on to a letter calling on Congress to pass legislation that would expand the Voting Rights Act.