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Benefits for domestic partners gets public airing

7:25 AM, Jul. 24, 2013
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A benefits extension that drew controversy in Appleton two years ago was introduced Tuesday in Outagamie County without a hint of debate.

The county's Legislative/Audit and Human Resources Committee opened discussion on a proposed extension of fringe benefits to the registered domestic partners of county employees. County Executive Tom Nelson proposed the policy change last Friday in a letter to board members.

Nelson reiterated his rationale Tuesday in touting the policy as a way to stay competitive in recruiting and retaining quality employees. More than 300 companies in the state ...

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