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07/19/2012

EA becomes player in slaying discriminatory dragons

by Jeremy Hooper

The company's been supportive in the past, but this is the video game giant's strongest stand yet in support of LGBT equality and fairness:

Electronic Arts has joined with dozens of leading US employers in signing an amicus brief that opposes the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and urges the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals to find portions of the Act unconstitutional.

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EA JOINS COALITION OF BUSINESSES IN OPPOSING THE BURDENS CREATED BY THE DEFENSE OF MARRIAGE ACT [EA.com]

And again, this shows such a huge contrast between our supporters and those anti-equality companies out there. What I linked above is not a third party report—it's a press release. From the company. That they proudly issued and stand by.

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