Washington State’s highest court indecisive on same-sex marriages

It seems that with the almost 50% of the American population voicing against same-sex marriages has had an impact on the lawmakers as well.

The Wash. State’s highest court has not yet zeroed in a decision as to whether or not to allow same-sex marriages.

However, if considered from the financial point of view, the same-sex couples will be boosting up the revenue of the state, thereby giving a benefit of $3.9-$5.7 million annually.

The survey, conducted by the researchers from the William Institute compiled a study based on which the current remark has been made.

With an estimated number of 8,000 gay and lesbian couples ready to take their wedding vows, the financial profit will be huge.


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