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With the recent announcement of Chick-Fil-A not supporting same-sex marriage and donating millions of dollars to Anti-Gay organizations, it would seem fit for an education institution, such as Ball State, to remove such a hateful business from the campus. The school prides itself with Education Redefined and promoting a Safe Place with the LGBT community. By keeping this business on campus, it shows that Ball State is not committed to having a Safe Zone on campus.

Letter to
President, Ball State University Jo Ann M. Gora
Director of Campus Dining Services, Ball State University Jon Lewis
Student Member, Board of Trustees, Ball State University Michael Miller
and 10 others
Member, Board of Trustees, Ball State University Matt Momper
Member, Board of Trustees, Ball State University Marianne Glick
Member, Board of Trustees, Ball State University R. Wayne Estopinal
Member, Board of Trustees, Ball State University Thomas C. Bracken
Assistant Secretary, Board of Trustees, Ball State University Barbara Phillips
Secretary, Board of Trustees, Ball State University Rick Hall
Vice President, Board of Trustees, Ball State University Frank Hancock
President, Board of Trustees, Ball State University Hollis E. Hughes Jr.
Senior Assistant to the President Anita L. Kelsey
Associate Vice President for Marketing and Communications, Ball State University Tony Proudfoot
I just signed the following petition addressed to: Ball State University.

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Remove Chick-Fil-A from Ball State's Campus

With the recent announcement of Chick-Fil-A not supporting same-sex marriage and donating millions of dollars to Anti-Gay organizations, it would seem fit for an education institution, such as Ball State, to remove such a hateful business from the campus. The school prides itself with Education Redefined and promoting a Safe Place with the LGBT community.
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Sincerely,