NEW YORK STATE OF MIND: HOW THE MARRIAGE EQUALITY ACT FORESHADOWS THE REPEAL OF DOMA AND THE POTENTIAL TAX CONSEQUENCES FOR SAME-SEX COUPLES

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Megan Filoon

New York is a place familiar with crises. From the crime outbreak of the 1970s to the financial crisis of 2008, New York has dealt with significant economic and social troubles. Luckily, New York does not remain in a state of decline for long. From the ashes of these crises, New York has discovered ways to regain its prominent global position. New York’s most recent improvement followed the 2008 financial crisis and took aim at a divisive social issue: same-sex marriage. View More