In this undated photo provided by Chick-fil-A shows company president Dan Cathy. It is not entirely clear wether Chick-fil-a has definitely ended its financial support for groups that oppose same-sex unions. But a statement issued by the company Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2012, just months after its chief spoke against gay marriage, indicates it now plans to keep its distance from the more controversial views held by its Southern Baptist owners. (AP Photo/Chick-fil-A, Stanley Leary )

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In this undated photo provided by Chick-fil-A shows company president Dan Cathy.  It is not entirely clear wether Chick-fil-a has definitely ended its financial support for groups that oppose same-sex unions. But a statement issued by the company Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2012, just months after its chief spoke against gay marriage, indicates it now plans to keep its distance from the more controversial views held by its Southern Baptist owners.  (AP Photo/Chick-fil-A, Stanley Leary                 )
In this undated photo provided by Chick-fil-A shows company president Dan Cathy. It is not entirely clear wether Chick-fil-a has definitely ended its financial support for groups that oppose same-sex unions. But a statement issued by the company Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2012, just months after its chief spoke against gay marriage, indicates it now plans to keep its distance from the more controversial views held by its Southern Baptist owners. (AP Photo/Chick-fil-A, Stanley Leary )
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