Federal Employee News: Female Federal Employee sues OPM for health benefits for same-gender spouse.By Chris Attig | Permalink
January 23rd in Federal Employee News, VA Benefits.
A federal employee is suing OPM based on its denial of federal health insurance benefits. The federal employee is a lawyer employed by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit. She was married in California when the state permitted same-sex marriages.
You can read more about the case on the Washington Post (Federal Diary) website.
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