El Paso Votes to Extend Insurance Benefits to Gay Parters of City Employees

Written by scott on August 26th, 2009

The city of El Paso will extend insurance benefits to unmarried partners of gay and straight city employees.

City Council members voted 7-1 early Tuesday afternoon to include the benefits in the budget for 2010. Only Northeast City Rep. Carl Robinson voted against the measure.

They heard hours of public comments before making their decision.

Full Story from KVIA.com

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