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Union denies benefits to gay couples

By Donovan Slack
Globe Staff / May 11, 2004

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A Boston labor union representing some 6,000 members has amended its benefit plans to exclude gay married couples from receiving health and pension benefits, evoking fear in some labor unions in Massachusetts that the move will set a dangerous precedent for other unions and employers throughout the state. (Full Article: 810 Words)

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