City of Miami Unanimously Passes Domestic Partnership Ordinace
Today, the City of Miami Commission took a tiny little step in the right direction towards equality by unanimously passing a Domestic Partnership Ordinance, 5-0. The new policy will only effect City employees by extending health care benefits to their same-sex partners and children in a similar matter to married couples. Employees of Miami-Beach, North Miami and Miami-Dade County already enjoy similar domestic partnership benefits.
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