Project 515 has summarized compelling economic data that demonstrates the clear case for inclusion.
- Project 515 details how leading employers in Minnesota embrace inclusion, and why anti-inclusive policies are so clearly bad for jobs, the economy, and families: Support Inclusion, Not Anti-Jobs/Anti-Family Amendment
- Project 515 partnered with the Minneapolis Regional Chamber of Commerce and Quorum to host a live and web-based seminar, 515 Ways Equality Makes Good Business Sense Webinar. This seminar was held at the University of Minnesota and featured John Taft, CEO of RBC US Wealth Management and Chairman-Elect of the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA).
- Project 515 and the Human Rights Campaign have compiled lists of Business Support and Major Businesses and Business Leaders that support the freedom to marry.
- Project 515 and Minnesotans United for All Families have create a white paper: The Business Case for Inclusion.