RICHMOND, Va. — An advocacy group is calling for changes to Virginia’s tax law.
Married same-sex couples in Virginia can file joint tax returns with the federal government but not with Virginia.
The news conference comes as Virginia re-examines its stance on gay rights.
Democratic Attorney General Mark Herring is currently backing two same-sex couples who filed a lawsuit challenging state laws and a constitutional provision barring gay marriage.
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