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|Wendy's, the nation's newly crowned second largest fast-food restaurant, announced that they too have declined to renew their membership in corporate front group ALEC for 2012. The company sent out a tweet last night from its official account, saying that their withdrawal from ALEC had been anticipated for several months. "We decided late 2011 and never renewed this year. It didn't fit our business needs," read the message.
Wendy's joins a quickly growing list of large corporations and other institutions that pulled their support and funding from ALEC, a conservative organization that has helped draft controversial voter ID bills in dozens of states. Coca Cola, Pepsi Co, Intuit, Kraft, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Wendy's fellow fast-food giant McDonalds all previously announced that they would drop ALEC as well.
As Mother Jones reports, the news that Wendy's is turning...
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