Mike Stewart, File, Associated Press
Our Take: Renowned Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz called out Chicago and Boston city officials for recent discriminatory statements toward Chick-Fil-A.
Mayors who have told the owners of Chick-fil-A that the restaurant chain is not welcome in their cities are displaying terrible intolerance, Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz told Newsmax.TV in an exclusive interview.
No city is free to discriminate against a company based on the views of its owners, the renowned criminal appeals attorney said.
If you dont like their principles, go to McDonalds, said Dershowitz.
See also Deseret News columnist Nate Oman's analysis of the issue in what he describes as 'soft censorship' from city officials.
Read more about Dershowitz: Anti-Chick-fil-A mayors 'showing terrible intoleranc on Newsmax.
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