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Thanks for posting this. The Michigan Supreme court decision is exactly what will happen in Indiana if SJR7 type legislation gets passed and the proponents of it know it.

I feel for the significant others and children who will have their health insurance and other benefits pulled out from under them because of this ruling. This not only affects same-sex partners but opposite-sex partners (yound and old).

I have two little ones and I would be devistated if this happened to my family.

How can they sleep at night knowing the impact this will have on anyone who is critically dependent on their insurance coverage because of serious health issues. A child with Cancer for instance.

You stated "We need to make sure that the proper language is use to pin them down and make it stick." No, we need to make sure an amendment is NEVER passed in Indiana.

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