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District Court Allows Claim Against Church-Controlled Employer for Denial of Same-Sex Spousal Benefit
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June 10, 2021

"A Maryland federal district court has ruled that a Title VII case involving a plaintiff who sued his employer for dropping health care coverage for his same-sex spouse can proceed ... The court noted that since the case involved a question left unresolved by Bostock as to whether the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) allows an employer to revoke a spouse's benefits on the basis of sex, it was too early in the proceedings for the court to decide that question[.]" [Doe v. Catholic Relief Services, No. 20-1815 (D. Md. Mar. 26, 2021)]

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