Domestic partner rights advancing

July 2001
Employee Benefit News;Jul2001, Vol. 15 Issue 9, p64
Deals with a legislation from Maine Governor Angus King that require state health insurers and health maintenance organizations to cover coverage to domestic partners. Effective date of the bill; Information on the legislation; Reaction of lawmakers to the bill.


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