Same-sex partners who want benefits must be married, Mayo Clinic says

Following passage of a marriage law in Minnesota, the Mayo Clinic says its Minnesota employees who are in same-sex domestic partnerships must marry in order for their partner to retain health insurance. Prior to the law, the company offered benefits to same-sex couples in domestic partnerships. The policy is unprecedented among large companies, according to Human Rights Campaign.

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