Surviving Same-Sex Partner of State Trooper Seeks Fairness

Surviving Same-Sex Partner of State Trooper Seeks Fairness

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Kelly Glossip's partner of nearly 15 years, Dennis Engelhard, was a Missouri state trooper killed in the line of duty while responding to an accident on Christmas Day of last year. Missouri offers survivor benefits to spouses of state troopers who are killed in the line of duty, but excludes committed same-sex partners from receiving those benefits. Glossip is seeking the same survivor benefits provided to opposite-sex partners.

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