Patrick Schneider, a family physician, spoke out against the vote after domestic partner benefits were voted in at a meeting of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees in 2007.
Patrick Schneider, a family physician, spoke out against the vote after domestic partner benefits were voted in at a meeting of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees in 2007. Herald-Leader file photo
Patrick Schneider, a family physician, spoke out against the vote after domestic partner benefits were voted in at a meeting of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees in 2007. Herald-Leader file photo

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