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March 14, 2013


Paul Says Tax Code Should Not Mention Marriage

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) told National Review that the federal tax code should be reformed in a way to not exclude same-sex marriage.

Said Paul: "I'm an old-fashioned traditionalist. I believe in the historic and religious definition of marriage. That being said, I'm not for eliminating contracts between adults. I think there are ways to make the tax code more neutral, so it doesn't mention marriage. Then we don't have to redefine what marriage is; we just don't have marriage in the tax code."












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