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No Federal Tax Deductions For Gay Couples

By Charlotte Robinson, April 15, 2010
Though gay marriage has passed in Massachusetts, Connecticut,
Vermont, New Hampshire & Iowa, all of the thousands of the

legally married gay couples in America are denied the following

federal benefits:

*Filing joint tax returns
*Inheritance benefits
*Divorce settlements
*Medicaid survivor benefits
*Social Security survivor benefits
*Pension benefits
Wouldn't you think that with our LGBT community having an annual
buying power of 712 Billion Dollars a year President Obama would be

a bit more diligent in addressing our basic federal rights, benefits &

protections for our families?? LGBT Buying Power will hit a Trillion

by 2012.
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