marriage equality

8:21am

Thu June 27, 2013
Out in the Bay ~ 6/27/13 ~ Call-in 7pm Thursday

Supreme Marital Status: Ask the experts on live call-in

Got a queer itch to hitch? On this hour-long call-in edition of Out in the Bay, analysis and reactions to the U.S. Supreme Court's decisions in the Proposition 8 and Defense of Marriage Act cases. What are the next political steps, and how will the rulings affect our lives on a practical basis? Join host Eric Jansen and his legal, financial and political expert guests for answers to your questions. Should you, or should you not tie the knot? Even with the Supreme Court's historic rulings, how are same-sex couples still legally different from hetero couples? Arm yourself with knowledge on this week's Out in the Bay.

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12:00am

Thu June 27, 2013

2:13pm

Thu August 23, 2012

1:53am

Thu March 29, 2012
Out in the Bay - March 29, 2012

Taxing Topic: DOMA hits same-sex couples right in the assets!

Inequality hits LGBT people right in the assets. Remember all the hype about the “marriage penalty”?   Actually, most of the penalties come if you cannot marry. Legal inequities -- especially the federal Defense of Marriage Act -- allow or even require discrimination in taxes, pensions, health care, real estate and much more. At this taxing time of year, financial advisor Mark Grace (photo 2) and estate planning attorney Susan von Herrmann (photo 2) fill us in on the extra steps queer people must take to protect themselves and their families financially.

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8:00pm

Thu January 19, 2012
Out in the Bay - January 19, 2012

"Marriage Penalty?!?" Inability to marry hits LGBT people right in the assets!

Inequality hits LGBT people right in the assets. Remember all the hype about the “marriage penalty”?  actually, most of the penalties come if you canNOT marry. Legal inequities allow or even require discrimination in taxes, pensions, health care, real estate and much more. Financial advisor Mark Grace and estate planning attorney Susan von Herrmann fill us in on the extra steps queer people must take to protect themselves and their families financially. They also give practical tips for anyone – including straight folks – in a relationship not recognized by the U.S. government.

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