The Supreme Court's decision Wednesday to strike down the federal law that limited marriage to a man and a woman is not just a civil rights victory for same-sex couples -- it's a financial win for many of them.
Brian Esser and Kevin' O'Leary, a married same-sex couple in New York, react to the Supreme Court's decision on DOMA and how it will affect their family's finances.
With a rainbow flag hanging outside of its Wall Street headquarters, investment banking firm Goldman Sachs was quick to express support for Wednesday's Supreme Court decision overturning the Defense of Marriage Act.
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As Wall Street firms publicly support LGBT equality and same-sex marriage, some say it's slowly becoming easier to be out of the closet on Wall Street - but there's still a long way to go.
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