Battle Over Gay Partner Benefits At Kentucky Universities

Excerpted from Battle Over Gay Partner Benefits At Kentucky Universities, published Sept 12, 2006, by the pro-homosexuality 365Gay.com:

The University of Kentucky may follow the University of Louisville in offering health benefits to the same and opposite-sex domestic partners of its employees, but even if the plan is approved, it could be short lived…

Both schools say that without the benefit plans they are unable to attract the best faculty and researchers.

More than 300 colleges and universities nationwide already offer benefits to domestic partners.

Still conservative lawmakers are preparing to introduce legislation nullifying the Louisville benefits, thwart any attempt at UK and prevent other publicly funded colleges and universities from attempting the same thing.

Continue reading at 365Gay…

This article was posted on Tuesday, September 12th, 2006 at 10:09 pm and is filed under Pending Legislation, Universities & Colleges. You can follow any updates to this article through the RSS 2.0 feed.

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