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Feds who send arms against ranch families betray American values
Topic - Kim Frum
Maryland's same-sex couples will soon be allowed to marry, but they won't be allowed to file joint income-tax returns — making Maryland the first state to legalize gay marriage without giving extra tax privileges to the couples.
Transportation officials in the mid-Atlantic region are working to remove dozens of abandoned cars and tractor-trailers left by motorists who spent hours trying to make it home during the height of a snowstorm.
Ms. Frum said the state's income-tax rules are bound by federal regulations because the state tax is calculated using adjusted federal gross income as a starting point.