A Dane County Board member questions the cost of a plan that would force companies that contract with the county to provide insurance coverage for domestic partners of their employees.
Supervisor Dave Wiganowsky says he'll vote against the measure this coming Thursday. He says there hasn't been enough cost analysis of the plan to determine what it will end up costing the county and businesses.
The requirement would apply to gay and lesbian couples, along with heterosexuals living together.
Sponsors of the plan are optimistic it will pass.