We didn’t get this in today’s print edition, but ExxonMobil shareholders again voted down a proposal to add sexual orientation and gender identity to the company’s nondiscrimination policy this week. You can read about it here. This year, almost 40 percent of shareholders supported the proposal, which is a record. When the proposal was first introduced in 2000, only 8 percent of shareholders supported it. The Irving-based oil giant remains one of the few large corporations in America that doesn’t provide protections to LGBT employees.
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