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From: Curtis Oda
To: Rep. Perry, L.,
Subject: RE: Weber State Granting Same-Sex Benefits
Date: 2014-01-07T00:00:23Z
Yes, I'm curious as well.  I understand PEHP has allowed enrollment.
If we win the SCOTUS appeal, I feel they should have to reimburse our state coffers for what they spent.  
It is disconcerting since PEHP just required my wife amd me to prove we are married. Yet, they are allowing enrollment before they know for sure of the legality of same sex marriage!

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From: Ken Ivory <voteivory@gmail.com>
Date: 01/06/2014 3:40 PM (GMT-07:00)
To: Mike Christensen <mchristensen@le.utah.gov>
Cc: Curtis Oda <coda@le.utah.gov>,Steve Handy <stevehandy@le.utah.gov>,Jim Nielson <jim@jim4utah.com>,Lee Perry <leeperry@le.utah.gov>,Marc Roberts <marcroberts67@me.com>,Jake Anderegg <anderegg.jake@gmail.com>
Subject: Weber State Granting Same-Sex Benefits


Can you please help me understand who makes such a decision so rapidly while things are still in flux, and how, for a state university where the State Constitution does not recognize same-sex marriage and the Supreme Court issued a stay?

How are these decisions made?  Who makes them?