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Corporations and CEO’s Standing Against Religious Freedom in Indiana

USA Today reported that executives from the following Indiana based employers signed a letter asking Governor Mike Pence to reform the state’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act:

Angie’s List
Eli Lilly and Co.
Anthem
Indiana University Health
Cummins
Emmis Communications
Roche Diagnostics
Dow AgroSciences
Cook Group
Salesforce.com

2nd Vote’s research team has compiled a list of other entities, including several scored in 2nd Vote’s database, that have also joined the misinformation campaign against Indiana’s RFRA:

American Airlines
Apple
Gap
General Electric
Levi Strauss
Marriott
NikeOracle
OrbitzStarbucks
Subaru
Symantec Corporation
Twitter
Wells Fargo
GEN CON
Yats
Designer Desserts
NASCAR
Yelp
NCAA
Disciples of Christ
Cloudera
Pivotal
Platfora
NBA
WNBA
Indiana Fever
Indiana Pacers
City of Seattle
City of Indianapolis
State of New York
City of Oakland
City of Portland
City of Rochester
Accenture
State of Connecticut
State of Washington
AFSCME
San Francisco State University
Duke University
City of San Francisco
City of Denver
Indiana University
Butler University
Depauw University
Square
University of Evansville
Berkshire HathawayUniversity of Connecticut

Indianapolis Colts CEO and Owner Jim Irsay
NFL
USC Athletic Director, Pat Haden
MLB
Indianapolis Star
Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Purdue University

EMC Corporation
Cloudera
Hortonworks
Platfora
Pivotal
EMcision
Replacements, Ltd
​Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc.

2nd Vote will continue to update this list to show which corporations stand against religious freedom in Indiana.

To learn more about where many of these companies stand on the issues download the free app from 2nd Vote here.