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Sheriff Dart, whose county is the second-largest in the United States by population and covers Chicago and surrounding areas, has taken an aggressive stance against sex trafficking, leading a "National Day of Johns Arrests" earlier this year."I was stunned at how quickly Visa and Master Card moved to say they weren't going to be involved in that anymore, they were incredible corporate citizens," Dart told Buzz Feed News.I don't know what the federal laws are regarding this and whether they have caught up to the intent of the law regarding same-sex unions.I'm sure I'm not the only one wondering about this, so any guidance you could provide would be greatly appreciated.
Visa said in a statement that it had "taken action to stop processing payments for backpage.com," and that the company's rules "prohibit our network from being used for illegal activity.At the same time, the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) denies gay and lesbian couples some of the key financial protections and benefits that opposite-sex couples enjoy."Yes, we can get married in some states, but it's certainly not equal and fair," said Ken Weissenberg, a CPA and attorney at accounting firm Eisner Amper in New York City who is same-sex married himself."More than 1,000 federal benefits, rights and protections are dependent upon the definition of marriage, including things as mundane as Social Security survival benefits and being able to file a federal joint tax return." To further complicate matters, the U. Supreme Court is expected in June to rule on the constitutionality of DOMA, which defines marriage as exclusively between a man and a woman and allows states not to recognize same-sex marriages that take place elsewhere.If any part of the law is thrown out, it will be another victory for gay rights advocates -- but it may also create more confusion and unresolved legal issues.