A challenge to New York City’s Domestic Partners Law, asserted by a conservative public interest law firm, has been rejected by a Manhattan Supreme Court judge.

Ruling in the case of Slattery v. City of New York, Justice Louis B. York said that Local Law 303(a), effective as of September 1998, does not unlawfully infringe the exclusive jurisdiction of the Legislature over the law governing marriage and domestic relations.

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