Hartford attorney Daniel E. Livingston offers more than mere lip service on the issue of domestic partner benefits�a cause he’ll take up this week on behalf of Connecticut’s roughly 43,000 unionized state workers.

Extending health insurance coverage to the partners of gay and lesbian employees has been a practice at Livingston’s eight-lawyer, plaintiffs’ employment firm�Livingston, Adler, Pulda & Meiklejohn�since at least 1990. (The firm also offers such benefits to unmarried heterosexual couples.)

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