Resources Related to Economics and Business
Annual report of HRC's Equality Index
An analysis of all the extra health, legal and other costs same-sex couples bear because they can't marry
Fact sheet outlining how same-sex couples experience discrimination in marriage through the tax code.
Maine would gain approximately $7.9 million each year if marriage is extended to same-sex couples.
Extending marriage to same-sex couples will boost the District of Columbia's economy by over $52.2 million over three years.
Same-sex couples' weddings would bring an approximate $64 million boost in direct spending over three years in California.
Same-sex couples marrying in Iowa will bring an estimated $5.3 million boost to the state's budget each year.
Analysis of health impacts arising from inequal treatment by companies due to exclusion from marriage.
Financial analysis of the economic impacts of discrimination in marriage.
Analysis of the positive impact on the US budget of ending the exclusion of same-sex couples from marriage.
Book Review of The Gay Rights Question in Contemporary American Law