Board vote could position county for a discrimination suit
The Hubbard County Board voted to revamp employee health benefits plans, a move outgoing commissioner Lyle Robinson said invited a lawsuit and poor morale among workers.
The 4-1 vote essentially wipes out single health insurance policies for county employees married to each other and forces those couples to purchase a family policy.
Robinson characterized it as "starting a labor fight over nothing."
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