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May 1995
Advocate;5/16/95, Issue 681, p16
Reports on the announcement of Xerox Corp. that it will begin offering to employees health care insurance for domestic partners, a benefit that will accrue to both same-sex and unmarried heterosexual couples. Statement of Xerox spokesman Brent Laymon.


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