By Lynn Bonner – email@example.com
(Raleigh News Observer) When Libby Hodges moved from Georgia to Durham with her family, she looked for a job with an employer that had an anti-discrimination policy that covered gay employees.
She took a job with the city of Durham, which has the added bonus of offering domestic partner benefits to its workers. Those benefits allowed Hodges to include in her insurance plan the 4-year-old daughter she and her wife, Melissa Hodges, are raising.
She could lose that coverage if the constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage and civil unions passes.
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