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Diane Felicio (L) and Jan Donley, a lesbian couple who married last June, looked over blueprints for renovations to their house in Jamaica Plain.
Diane Felicio (L) and Jan Donley, a lesbian couple who married last June, looked over blueprints for renovations to their house in Jamaica Plain. (Globe Staff Photo / Evan Richman) Globe Staff Photo / Evan Richman

With marriage, gay couples face tax tangles

By Kimberly Blanton
Globe Staff / March 14, 2005

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The conflict between Massachusetts and federal laws on gay marriage is making the routine filing of taxes anything but routine for accountants, tax officials, and newly married same-sex couples such as Jan Donley and Diane Felicio. (Full article: 1020 words)

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