EA joins coalition against Defense of Marriage Act
Electronic Arts has decided that it doesn't much care for the Defense of Marriage Act–which, among other things, legally defines marriage as the union between a man and a woman – and they have, as a result, joined a business coaltion announced today by the Human Rights Campaign (the largest LBGT civil rights organization in the USA).
The coalition, which calls for the DOMA to be repealed, currently consists of thirteen Fortune 500 companies, including Electronic Arts, eBay, Armani Exchange, and Marriott International. EA is the first video game company to join the coalition.
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