Most employers are still sorting out how to react to the Supreme Court's decision to repeal portions of the Defense of Marriage Act, according to a survey of 285 plan sponsors by Towers Watson.

Thirty-nine percent of those surveyed said that they plan to make changes to their employee benefit programs because of the DOMA decision earlier this year, while 25 percent said they plan to increase the number of benefit-related communications. But as open-enrollment season nears for next year's benefits, many companies still haven't figured out which plan changes to make.

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