Misogynistic AT&T executives pile on,
but we the people are not allowed to object.
Dallas Morning News rejects ad hammering AT&T for backing sponsors of Texas abortion bill, Democratic super PAC says
PUBLISHED TUE, OCT 5 2021
- The Dallas Morning News won’t run an ad calling out AT&T by name over the company’s donations to lawmakers who backed a strict Texas abortion bill, a Democratic super PAC says.
- The newspaper cited a policy against calling out companies by name in ads, according to the super PAC, American Bridge. AT&T is headquartered in Dallas.
- The ad was set to run on the Dallas Morning News’ website Tuesday, but the newspaper rejected it overnight, according to American Bridge.
The Dallas Morning News’ decision came after CNBC reported Monday that the PAC, which is co-chaired by former Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards, was aiming to run spots blasting AT&T for supporting lawmakers who co-sponsored the Texas bill, also known as SB 8.
AT&T is headquartered in Dallas. The Dallas Morning News is owned by DallasNews Corporation. …
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