Robert Telford, a broadcast coordinator for the city’s television station, said he chose to work for West Palm 17 years ago because of the city’s progressive attitude toward domestic partner benefits.
On Monday, Telford was on hand as city commissioners made West Palm Beach the first city in the state to reimburse unmarried domestic partners, gay or straight, for the taxes they pay on health insurance because the relationship is not recognized by the federal government.
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