After Chick-Fil-A CEO Dan Cathy denied reports that his company was no longer supporting groups opposed to gay marriage, Chicago Alderman Proco “Joe” Moreno on Sunday called on Cathy to clarify.

Moreno on Wednesday asserted that he had dropped his opposition to a planned Chick-Fil-A eatery in his ward after the company pledged to no longer fund groups with “political agendas” and promised to include a statement of respect for people of all sexual orientations in an internal memo titled “Chick-Fil-A: Who We Are.”

But on Friday, conservative commentator Mike Huckabee said that Cathy had denied the reports, saying in a statement that “Chick-Fil-A made no such concessions, and we remain true to who we are and who we have been.”

Moreno fired off a lengthy statement on Sunday, saying Cathy had “at the least, muddied the progress we had made with Chick-Fil-A and, at the worst, contradicted the documents and promises Chick-Fil-A made to me and the community earlier this month.”

“Mr. Cathy continues to not confirm to the press what his company executives have told and showed me,” Moreno said. “This is disturbing.”

Moreno suggested he was rethinking his end of the bargain and would not introduce the rezoning legislation needed to move the project forward.

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