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Despite Windsor, District Court Rejects Challenge to Self-Insured ERISA Health Plan's Denial of Coverage for Same-Sex Spouses
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May 21, 2014
"The court first observed that ERISA gives employers broad discretion in writing the terms of welfare benefit plans and does not include an outright anti-discrimination provision. The court then determined that there could not be any violation of ERISA section 510 because there was no adverse employment action." [Jane Roe and Jane Doe v. Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield and St. Joseph's Medical Center, No. 12-cv-04788 (S.D.N.Y. May 1, 2014).]

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