We all know that saying "I do" does not come with the same rights for all couples.
And unfortunately for over 18,000 legally married same sex couples in California and 150,000 nationwide, this commitment comes at a high price. In this editorial, NBC Bay questions why married gay couples are expected to pay more for health care benefits than their heterosexual counterparts. We examine the "taxing" cost of being gay.
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New York Times, The High Price of Being a Gay Couple
October 3, 2009
The Huffington Post, The House Health Care Bill: Read It (includes summary of House Health Care Reform Bill H.R. 3962)
by Ryan Grim, posted October 29, 2009
House of Representative Health Care Reform Bill: H.R. 3962
October 29, 2009
Here's a link to the Senate Finance Committee Bill
Rep. McDermott Praises Introduction of Comprehensive Health Care Reform Legislation (See Section 571)