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Toucano Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Apr-29-09 04:51 PM
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7. I'm on it. n-t
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  -Can Legally Married Gays File Fed Tax Return As "Married?" stopbush  Apr-29-09 04:44 PM   #0 
  - That's a very interesting question.  Barack_America   Apr-29-09 04:46 PM   #1 
  - No. nt  Critters2   Apr-29-09 04:46 PM   #2 
  - No.  Bluebear   Apr-29-09 04:48 PM   #3 
  - No  Toucano   Apr-29-09 04:48 PM   #4 
  - Sounds like the DOMA has to go, wouldn't you say?  stopbush   Apr-29-09 04:50 PM   #5 
     - I'm on it. n-t  Toucano   Apr-29-09 04:51 PM   #7 
  - NO. DOMA gets in the way. It's the same thing that gets in the way of the whole DADT thing. NT  MADem   Apr-29-09 04:50 PM   #6 
  - Only if you either want to go to jail, or fight DOMA in Federal Court. n/t  Ian David   Apr-29-09 04:51 PM   #8 
  - Could be a good path the fight it, actually.  Toucano   Apr-29-09 04:55 PM   #10 
     - I'm not a lawyer. Don't look at me. n/t  Ian David   Apr-29-09 04:59 PM   #11 
     - there's no doubt that DOMA is unconstitutional  northzax   Apr-29-09 05:00 PM   #13 
     - Perhaps patience will be rewarded. n-t  Toucano   Apr-29-09 05:02 PM   #14 
     - Ratification requires 3/4 of the states. n/t  jody   Apr-29-09 05:26 PM   #16 
     - Do you think the current Supreme Court  Thothmes   Apr-29-09 07:06 PM   #23 
     - That fight needs to happen soon.  progressoid   Apr-29-09 05:02 PM   #15 
     - DOMA claims to nullify "full faith and credit". I shit you not.  billyoc   Apr-29-09 05:33 PM   #17 
  - No. Nor qualify for the other's Social Security (as widow/widower), nor  Lex   Apr-29-09 04:52 PM   #9 
  - No.  readmoreoften   Apr-29-09 05:00 PM   #12 
  - No, but you have to file "married" State (at elast in NJ)  LostinVA   Apr-29-09 06:02 PM   #18 
  - "Federal Defense of Marriage"  mrbarber   Apr-29-09 06:10 PM   #19 
  - Thank you!  LostinVA   Apr-29-09 06:39 PM   #21 
  - not federal returns  noiretextatique   Apr-29-09 06:26 PM   #20 
  - Nope. Here in MA, I file my state returns as married, filing seperately.  Rockholm   Apr-29-09 06:40 PM   #22 

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