Cigna refuses to answer shareholder question about undermining religious liberty

We’re currently in annual shareholder meeting season, which runs roughly April through June. Being part of a team which helps design, update and maintain Electronically Traded Funds (ETFs), and also being an investor in those funds personally, I set out to take responsibility for what is in the portfolios by attending the shareholder meetings of the companies I own. But the point was not just to show up, but also to speak up.
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