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A Texas court case was reopened so the court could challenge some of the effects of the Obergefell v. Hodges U.S. Supreme Court decision, particularly with respect to spousal benefits. (Photo: AP)

Employers and same-sex couples in Texas will be watching this case — the state’s supreme court has decided that same-sex couples aren’t necessarily entitled to the benefits that come to straight couples automatically.

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