San Francisco won what appears to be the final trial court battle over its domestic partner benefits law on Friday. U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken ruled for the first time that United Airlines and others must immediately begin providing certain non-health benefits to the partners of its San Francisco employees within 30 days.

Though the airlines have won the biggest arguments before Wilken, city officials were elated about earning this final concession.

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