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Old 01-04-2010, 02:54 PM
Quath Quath is offline
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Originally Posted by DrunkenPorcupine View Post
But I don't think ANYBODY should be forced to respect the associations you and I make when they have NOTHING to do with those associations. If an employer doesn't want to offer benefits to a gay married couple, I think that should be their choice, just as they currently have (or SHOULD have!) the option to provide NO benefits to their employees.
I tend to agree with anti-discriminatory laws. For example, if an employer decides to pay black people half of white people or men three times as much as women for the same work, then I can the government regulating that. It means that a subclass of people can not be formed.

I think a simple model if you are "poly" married is to just get the health benefits in cash instead of the employer trying to get health insurance for you.
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