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Tony Infanti Talks with Politico on Same-Sex Marriage Case Rulings

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June 26, 2013


The IRS — already stretched thin managing scandals, a complicated tax code and the implementation of the health care law — has a new task: providing federal tax benefits to gay couples.  Pitt Law Professor Tony Infanti talks with Policito about new questions raised with the decisions handed down by the Supreme Court. 

“These two decisions together will now open up a Pandora’s box about who will be considered married for federal purposes and how the disconnect between federal recognition of same-sex marriage and state-level non-recognition of same-sex marriage will play out,” Infanti said.

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