California has public ‘shame list’ of rebellious companies not reporting diversity
From The Washington Examiner:
Judicial Watch won a lawsuit last week against the secretary of state regarding the legality of a 2020 law requiring publicly held companies to select board members from a preapproved state list of underrepresented communities. The required number of directors is based on a sliding scale.
“It’s telling when you have the biggest corporations in America not wanting to go along with this government Big Brother reporting scheme,” Judicial Watch Senior Counsel Robert Sticht told the Washington Examiner. “I don’t blame them for not wanting to be on this public shame list.”