Fla. School: 'Non-Platonic' Relations for Benefits The University of Florida will extend health benefits to its employees' domestic partners beginning in February. To be eligible for coverage, employees and their partners have to sign an affidavit noting that, among other things, they have been in a "non-platonic" relationship for at least 12 months.
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Fla. School: 'Non-Platonic' Relations for Benefits

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Fla. School: 'Non-Platonic' Relations for Benefits

Fla. School: 'Non-Platonic' Relations for Benefits

Fla. School: 'Non-Platonic' Relations for Benefits

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The University of Florida will extend health benefits to its employees' domestic partners beginning in February. To be eligible for coverage, employees and their partners have to sign an affidavit noting that, among other things, they have been in a "non-platonic" relationship for at least 12 months.

Kyle Cavanaugh, University of Florida's vice president of human resources, talks about the plan.