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Census Finds More Than a Half Million LGBT Weddings This Decade

FAMILY | By Winnie McCroy | Sep 23
More than a half a million LGBT Americans have married their same-sex partner since marriage equality first allowed them to marry, reports the United States Census Bureau this week.

Sidestepping Unseen Tax Pitfalls For Same-Sex Couples

FINANCE | By Angela Giampolo | Feb 27
Getting your taxes done is a daunting prospect, moreso for LGBT couples trying to negotiate the pitfalls of a complicated web of state and federal laws that bestow upon us all of the penalties, but none of the benefits.

Tax Equality Measure Takes Effect in Cambridge, Mass.

FINANCE | By Johann Kaiser | Jul 11
When the city of Cambridge issues paychecks to its public employees, nearly two dozen workers find a federal tax on their income that their colleagues don’t have to pay.

Cambridge, MA Seeks to Redress Gay Marriage Tax

NATIONAL | By Kilian Melloy | Jun 9
An American city has stepped up to help its gay and lesbian married employees pay the "can’t get married" tax penalty: Cambridge, Massachusetts, where the first legal same-sex marriages took place seven years ago.

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