INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A gay-rights coalition says it's "deeply concerned"
about a late-session Indiana proposal not to recognize same-sex marriage
for tax purposes.
The state would
split from a new Internal Revenue Service policy recognizing same-sex
marriage for tax purposes if the measure becomes law.
The proposal was
added Monday night and is up for a Tuesday vote in the Senate.
Action says the last-minute push could pose issues for couples who have a
little more than a month to file taxes. The group also opposed a proposed
constitutional gay marriage ban that was derailed earlier this session.
Brandt Hershman of Buck Creek says tax policy is not the place to debate a