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Letter, Bravo, Intermountain Healthcare, for extending benefits

Published December 15, 2013 5:50 pm
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Leading the way, again. For Utah and America. That's what Intermountain Healthcare is doing with their recent decision that their 32,000 employees will be treated equally. Same-sex married persons employed by Intermountain Healthcare in Utah will get the same health care benefits as all other married Utah couples.


Jim Dabakis

Salt Lake City




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