Study: Cost of domestic partner benefits could be limited

Government Executive
October 3, 2008
"The costs of expanding the benefits [for states] has been negligible; the process has been smooth; potential employees have been attracted by the benefits and current employees have been more inclined to remain; and providing the benefits has in turn lowered the cost of other social services, leading to net savings," authors Winnie Stachelberg, Josh Rosenthal and Claire Stein-Ross stated. [Link]
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