Most Georgia companies try to skirt voting law controversy

ATLANTA — Most major companies headquartered in Georgia are sticking to the sidelines publicly amid the growing uproar over the state’s new voting law. The chief executives of Delta Air Lines and Coca-Cola called the voting restrictions “unacceptable” on Wednesday. The criticism came nearly a week after Gov. Brian Kemp signed the legislation into law, and after calls by voting rights activists to boycott both companies for not doing enough to stop its passage. But Home Depot, the biggest corporation in the state by revenue, haven’t passed public judgment. Neither have UPS, Aflac or Georgia Pow…

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