Court: Ban prohibits state's DP benefits

02/2/2007 | Washington Blade (Washington, D.C.)

Michigan's governments and public universities can't offer domestic partner benefits, due to the state's marriage ban, according to a decision by the Michigan Court of Appeals. "The marriage amendment's plain language prohibits public employers from recognizing same-sex unions for any purpose," a three-judge panel found.

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