City officials and the Kansas City Council are taking steps to affirm same-sex marriages from other states. The city’s Law Department filed a motion Friday objecting to the Missouri legislature’s attempt to stop the city from recognizing those marriages. The city is also revising its pension plan to include benefits for same-sex spouses.
City officials and the Kansas City Council are taking steps to affirm same-sex marriages from other states. The city’s Law Department filed a motion Friday objecting to the Missouri legislature’s attempt to stop the city from recognizing those marriages. The city is also revising its pension plan to include benefits for same-sex spouses. File photo by Jeff Roberson The Associated Press
City officials and the Kansas City Council are taking steps to affirm same-sex marriages from other states. The city’s Law Department filed a motion Friday objecting to the Missouri legislature’s attempt to stop the city from recognizing those marriages. The city is also revising its pension plan to include benefits for same-sex spouses. File photo by Jeff Roberson The Associated Press

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December 07, 2014 6:16 PM

Kansas City takes steps to affirm same-sex marriages from other states

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