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This training was high-minded magic. We are so grateful to all who participated and expanded their practice with us. Big thanks to Daniel Mitchell of Pelikan Films for his.
BOSTON (AP) - A $7. 5 million bearing action settlement between Wal-Mart and a former employee who challenged the retail chain's lack of health insurance benefits for her same-sex spouse was approved by a federal guess on Monday. The settlement will pay for claims by current and former Wal-Mart associates in the U. S. and Puerto Rico that they were unable to obtain health guaranty for their same-sex spouses from 2011 to 2013. About 380 claims have been submitted. District Judge William Young approved the settlement after a abridged hearing in federal court in Boston. The lawsuit was filed in 2015 by Jacqueline Cote, a Wal-Mart associate from Massachusetts who said the companions denied medical insurance for her wife. Bentonville, Arkansas-based Wal-Mart Stores Inc. began offering benefits for same-sex spouses in 2014. Cote, whose chain died of ovarian cancer in 2016, said she was pleased Wal-Mart was willing to resolve the issue for her and other associates who are married to someone of the same sex. "It's a bas-relief to bring this chapter of my life to a close," she said in a statement. Wal-Mart's senior vice president for global benefits, Sally Welborn, said the gathering was happy to resolve the case. "We will continue to not distinguish between same and opposite sex spouses when it comes to the benefits we offer under our health insurance representation," Welborn said in a statement. Cote was represented by the Boston-based group GLBTQ Legal Advocates & Defenders, the Washington Lawyers' Panel for Civil Rights & Urban Affairs and private law firms. Source: www.nbc29.com
The lawsuit was initially filed in 2015 by Jacqueline Cote, an worker at a Massachusetts Wal-Mart. The suit said the Bentonville, Arkansas, company denied medical insurance for her wife. Wal-Mart began donation benefits for same-sex spouses in 2014.
The Museum of Congenital American History in Bentonville, Arkansas will host a prehistoric storytime tomorrow morning (5/13) at 10:30 with stories about cave black-and-white and wooly mammoths. Yoga in the Park is Sundays at 6 p.m. at Phelps Grove Park.
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