70 Corporations Come Out Against Defense of Marriage Act | ThinkProgress
Seventy U.S. businesses are part of an amicus brief opposing the Defense of Marriage Act in Gill v. OPM.  The companies point out that DOMA forces them to treat their employees  differently based on their sexual orientation, and as a result, the  businesses assume an administrative financial burden to correct the  inequity. Several health insurance providers, as well as well-known  nationwide companies such as CBS, Microsoft, Google, Levi Strauss, Nike,  and Time Warner Cable have joined the brief. Here is the complete list:

70 Corporations Come Out Against Defense of Marriage Act | ThinkProgress

Seventy U.S. businesses are part of an amicus brief opposing the Defense of Marriage Act in Gill v. OPM. The companies point out that DOMA forces them to treat their employees differently based on their sexual orientation, and as a result, the businesses assume an administrative financial burden to correct the inequity. Several health insurance providers, as well as well-known nationwide companies such as CBS, Microsoft, Google, Levi Strauss, Nike, and Time Warner Cable have joined the brief. Here is the complete list:

Source: thinkprogress.org

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