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04/26/2005

Pro Vita Advisors: Denying health care is our moral obligation

by Jeremy Hooper

  Pro Vita Advisors, an organization whose self described mission is "to identify and challenge corporations involved in immoral and anti-life activities," is working with shareholders of NCR corporation to try and overturn the company's policy of offering domestic partner benefits. According to Pro Vita's press release, tomorrow's vote on the issue will be the "first shareholder resolution challenging domestic partner benefits at a major corporation":

Shareholders to Challenge NCR on Partner Benefits for Homosexuals [Pro Vita Press Release]

If successful, we hear that Pro Vita will next attempt to overturn NCR's policy of offering monetary compensation to its homosexual employees, suggesting they instead pay them a nice salary of asbestos chips and dog piss.

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