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1/21/2004: New Jersey Formalizes Domestic Partnerships (PDF) (The Segal Company)
Excerpt: The Act [requires] that a same-gender domestic partner generally be treated as a 'dependent' (or, where relevant, as a 'spouse,' [or] 'surviving spouse,' ...) for purposes of certain retirement and health benefits. Provisions cover both public sector retirement and health benefits, as well as health benefits available in the private sector. Note, however, that only samegender domestic partners qualify by law for retirement and health benefits on the same basis as spouses.
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