Vermont Pat O'Shaughnessy patos firstname.lastname@example.org
But seeing how they want to be treated equally under the law
shouldn't bear the same penalties. My main concern is that programs by employers as benefits might be cut back because of this. Next you will have people living together want to be treated the same as a married couple. While there are many people that have lived together for many years and raised families that were exceptional and an example to all that is not the norm. I as an employer would stop suppling family coverage if I was forced to include the significant other of the month in my health plan. I realize that most of these benefits would only provided for government employees it still sets the taxpayer up for increased taxes. There are far more important things to be remedied before we address this
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