Study reveals same sex marriage could boost economy

The audience cheers at a rally at the State Capitol in Hartford, Conn., Friday, Oct. 10, 2008 held to celebrate a ruling by the Connecticut Supreme Court to allow same-sex weddings. (AP Photo/Bob Child)
The audience cheers at a rally at the State Capitol in Hartford, Conn., Friday, Oct. 10, 2008 held to celebrate a ruling by the Connecticut Supreme Court to allow same-sex weddings. (AP Photo/Bob Child)

(WTNH)– New reports released today show that if legalized, same-sex marriages could generate more than $464 million in their first year for some state economies.

The research from the William’s Institute based out of UCLA says that based of data from the state of Michigan, nearly 90,000 couples would wed in the first three years, contributing nearly $725 million to states economies over that period of time.

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