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Outagamie County considers providing domestic partner benefits

1:45 PM, Jul. 20, 2013
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Outagamie County Executive Tom Nelson has proposed extending fringe benefits to registered domestic partners of county workers, citing a need to remain competitive with other employers.

Nelson issued a letter Friday to members of the county board asking for policy changes that would provide those in domestic partnerships with the same spousal and family benefits received by those who are married. The Legislative/Audit and Human Resources Committee will review the recommendations on Tuesday.

Nelson said the lack of benefits for domestic partners limits the potential talent the ...

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