COLUMBUS, Ohio — A married, same-sex couple in Ohio who had trouble getting family coverage under the federal health care law has dismissed their lawsuit seeking to overturn the state’s gay marriage ban.
Last month, they sued the state of Ohio and U.S. government after hours-long phone calls and months of trying to get a family plan through the federal insurance marketplace.
Cowger’s attorney said Friday the couple obtained such coverage this week.
It comes after President Barack Obama’s administration told insurers that if they offer spousal coverage to heterosexual couples, they cannot deny it to legally married same-sex couples.
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