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State FMLA law covers same-sex partners (13 states + D.C.)
State FMLA law does not cover same-sex partners (37 states)
Some same-sex couples can access existing FMLA laws through marriage or comprehensive relationship recognition, while other states have explicitly
expanded the definition of family to include same-sex partners. For additional information, contact Human Rights Campaign
or the National Partnership for Women & Families.
Laws recognizing same-sex couples can also benefit bisexual and transgender people in same-sex relationships.
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Percent of LGBT Population Covered by Laws
25% of LGBT population live in states where state FMLA law covers same-sex partners75% of LGBT population live in states where laws do not cover same-sex partners