Straight, Not Narrow: How Straight Couples Can Support Gay Marriage

New Haven Advocate
June 15, 2005
Profs. Ian Ayres and Jennifer Brown write, "Massachusetts' innovation gives all of us some choices. Supporters of gay rights, regardless of sexual orientation, may want to reward the state for its progressive stance. Instead of the negativism of boycotts, a grassroots campaign should declare a marriage 'buycott.' [Link]

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Married gay couple not allowed to file joint tax return in DC

Washington Post
May 4, 2005
Under pressure from Republican Senator, the DC local government replied to an inquiry from a couple married in Massachusetts, telling them that unlike other married couples they may not file a joint return. [Link]

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Attorney General OKs married D.C. couples to file joint taxes

Washington Post
April 20, 2005
District Attorney General Robert Spagnoletti released an opinion saying married gay couples may file jointly on District tax returns. The decision forces District leaders to finally decide if gay unions will be recognized in the nation's capital. [Link]

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