Fast-food chain Chick-fil-A is facing opposition from several cities including San Francisco, Boston, and Chicago today after its president came out against same sex marriage.
Chicago Alderman Joe Moreno, who represents the city's first ward, is one of the officials who is trying to block Chick-fil-A from opening new stores in his city.
Moreno attempts to clarify his position against Chick-fil-A on Starting Point this morning, stressing that he's not against the company president's freedom to express his beliefs, but "if those beliefs turn into actions and actions of discriminatory policy or the lack of protections for LGBT people, that's the issue. It's not the belief. If their belief turns into action, there are consequences."
Moreno says that he's not denying Chick-fil-A's permit, but is rather looking at approving legislation for the company's traffic control and business practices.