Thursday, July 23, 2009

Fond du Lac supervisors try to block domestic partnerships

An article in the Fond du Lac Reporter says that several county supervisors tried to block domestic partnerships from going into effect in their county by refusing to set a fee for the partnership license.

The article wasn't clear on whether the supervisors succeeded in getting their way. We made some calls to find out, but no word yet.

Under the most recent state budget, domestic partnerships for same-sex couples go into effect statewide Aug. 3.

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