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No information can be found to indicate advocacy for or against 2nd Amendment issues.
Twitter has pledged to continue to support the Paris agreement despite the U.S. withdrawal, Accessed 06/12/17.
Twitter supported same-sex marriage by signing an amicus brief asking the Supreme Court to overturn state marriage laws in Obergefell v. Hodges (2015), Accessed 6/5/17.
Twitter received a score of 100 on HRC’s Corporate Equality Index. See more on HRC’s position on marriage here, Accessed 2/13/17.
No information can be found to indicate advocacy for or against life issues.
No information can be found to indicate advocacy for or against education issues.
No information can be found to indicate advocacy for or against immigration issues.
Twitter was part of a group of companies opposing religious liberty protections in Indiana in 2015, Accessed 6/23/16.
Indiana’s 2015 RFRA law affirmed religious liberty protections, Accessed 6/23/16.
Twitter is a member of Georgia Prospers, Accessed 06/23/16.
Georgia Prospers is a coalition of businesses opposing religious liberty, Accessed 06/23/16.
Twitter is a member of a business coalition supporting passage of the Equality Act, Accessed 9/01/16.
The Equality Act advocates for sweeping sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) protections at the federal level and undermines 1st Amendment protections for religious liberty, Accessed 9/01/16.
Twitter is a member of Freedom Massachusetts, Accessed 8/24/16. Freedom Massachusetts advocates for transgender bathroom bills, Accessed 8/24/16.
Twitter joined a coalition of companies in signing Equality North Carolina’s letter, calling for the repeal of HB 2, Accessed 6/20/17.
Twitter received a score of 100 on HRC’s Corporate Equality Index. See more on HRC’s position on religious liberty here, Accessed 2/13/17.