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I'm shocked. Do big corporations act morally when not pressured by political power, or are they simply moral non-agents that do whatever they think most expedient? They ought to be the latter, despite the modern trend of corporate jurisprudence that says it's within a corporation's decision-making authority to take social stances (instead of merely focusing on profits, which is what I think publicly-held corporations ought to be limited to):

. @Macys joins @CocaCola, @Xerox, and @ATT in publicly distancing themselves from #PlannedParenthood.
— Erin Brownback (@ebrownback) December 10, 2016