Once again, the Dallas Rapid Transit Board has decided to postpone a discussion on extending domestic partner benefits to its employees. The Dallas Voice reports:
The plan, which would offer healthcare benefits to opposite- and same-sex partners of employees, wasn’t discussed at the three-hour meeting of DART’s committee-of-the-whole because time ran out for the issue to be addressed. The board considered the plan last Tuesday but didn’t vote to approve it, deciding to discuss it further during today’s meeting.
Next up, the March 26th meeting.