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Monday, 05 May 2014 15:12

Twenty-Eight Companies Urged The 4th Circuit Court Of Appeals To Repeal Virginia's Marriage Equality Ban

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                                               Twenty-eight companies decided to express their support for marriage equality in Virginia and urge the Court of Appeals to declare invalid the equal marriage ban.

This month, three judges of the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals should start to hear the arguments in an attempt at repealing the marriage equality ban in Virginia.

 “The denial of marriage rights to same-sex couples in Virginia goes against our core values and principles,” the companies wrote in a 50-page brief. “As employers, we recognize the value of diversity, and we want to do business in jurisdictions that similarly understand the need for a society that enables all married persons to 'live with pride in themselves and their unions,' and that supports us in honoring all of our married employees.”

Here is the complete list of the companies: Amazon, American International Group, Blu Homes, CBS Corp., eBay, Equality NC, Facebook, 500 BC, Google, Intel Corp., Jackson Hole Group, Jazz Pharmaceuticals, Kimpton Hotel & Restaurant Group, Levi Strauss & Co., Marriott International, Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance, McKinstry Co., Northrop Grumman Corp., Pfizer, Oracle America, Qualcomm, Replacements, Starbucks, Sun Life Financial Services,, United Therapeutics Corp., Viacom and Witeck Communications.


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