Adopting is definitely a cheaper way to do it, and we have thought about that, but we would definitely like one of us to have a baby, hopefully me first, if it's possible," Caruso said. Loading Something is loading. However, she found the figures interesting in light of earlier expectations about the effect of the legal recognition of same-sex marriage last year.
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Decline in marriages blamed on rising costs. Williams Institute Senior Counsel Christy Mallory and her team estimated wedding-related spending by same-sex couples over the first three years of marriage equality in each state, including the effect on state and local tax revenue and tourism dollars from out-of-town wedding guests.
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Most recently, Taiwan became the first place in Asia to legalise same-sex marriage on May 24, and during the debate over the measure, several major multinational companies spoke out about the economic boost the island could expect from legalisation, Reuters reported.
Millennials are waiting longer to have kids, too; the fertility rate in the US hit a year low inaccording to the National Vital Statistics Report. Same-sex couples will be a new source of demand for businesses and this will benefit a wide range of industries. And the economic effect of same-sex weddings in the year immediately after the landmark Supreme Court decision was huge, Mallory and the Williams Institute team found in their research.
Los Angeles: The Williams Institute. Decline in marriages blamed on rising costs. Hodges , which guaranteed same-sex couples the same rights to marry as heterosexual couples.