Mich. loses appeal involving domestic-partner benefits

05/3/2013 | Crain's Detroit Business (free registration)

The Michigan Supreme Court has declined to hear a case that sought to reverse a state agency's decision to allow domestic partners of state workers to receive benefits. The case was brought by the state attorney general, who said the policy conflicts with the state's constitutional ban on marriage equality.

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