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LGBT employee with DP benefits? Triangle wants to hear from you

By |2018-01-15T18:41:57-05:00December 23rd, 2004|Uncategorized|

Triangle Foundation and a coalition of LGBT organizations are looking to compile stories of same-sex couples who work for public universities or state government in Michigan.
“We’re trying to find a wide range of stories from people around the state, to raise awareness about the people who may lose their [domestic partner] benefits,” due to the passage of the anti-family Proposal 2, according to Sean Kosofsky, director of policy for the Triangle Foundation.
If you work for the State of Michigan or a public university and either currently have domestic partner benefits or were hoping to apply for them when they become available through your employer, contact Sean Kosofsky at or by phone at 313-537-3323, ext. 105.

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