CORPORATE EQUALITY INDEX 2010
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The Human Rights Campaign Foundation believes that all Americans should have theopportunity to care or their amilies, earn a living, serve their country and live open, honestand sae lives at home, at work and in their community.Through pioneering research, advocacy and education, the HRC Foundation pursues prac-tices and policies that support and protect lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individu-als and their amilies in education, healthcare, corporate, public and private organizationsacross the country.The HRC Foundation also provides accurate, timely research and inormation vital to theLGBT community, straight allies and policymakers on a wide range o issues, including:amily law, senior health and housing, parenting, schools, workplace policies and law, reli-gion, civil unions, marriage, adoption, inancial planning and healthcare.Our programs, which include the Workplace Project, the Religion and Faith Program, theComing Out Project, the Family Project and Youth and Campus Outreach, are possiblethrough the generous gits o individual donors and corporate and private philanthropicoundations. Contributions to the HRC Foundation are tax-deductible to the ullest extent othe law. See
or more.The Human Rights Campaign Foundation encourages LGBT Americans to live their livesopenly and seeks to change the hearts and minds o Americans to the side o equality. TheHRC Foundation is a nonproit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization.© 2009 by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation. The HRC Foundation grants permis-sion or the reproduction and redistribution o this publication only when reproduced in itsentirety and distributed ree o charge. The Human Rights Campaign name and the Equalitylogo are trademarks o the Human Rights Campaign.
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