Rothschild discusses Chick-fil-A controversy

At a meeting this week with the Carroll County Planning Commission regarding a new Chick-fil-A restaurant in Eldersburg, County Commissioner Richard Rothschild commented on the recent controversy surrounding the chain and the political stance of its president and CEO, Dan Cathy, saying, “Government is not here to pick winners or losers in private business.”

A meeting this week with the Carroll County Planning Commission discussed the addition of a new Chick-fil-A in Eldersburg, Maryland. Commissioner Rothschild expressed his opinion on the addition of business to the town as well sa the political controversy that currently surrounds the well known fast food business. Rothschild does not believe that a corporations political stance should be a deciding factor in the governments choice of allowing Chick-fil-A access in Eldersburg…Read more

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