The House Revenue and Taxation Committee yesterday ruled to bring the tax code up to date. Although the Republican representatives claimed that same-sex marriages are not recognized in the Idaho constitution, so should not be conforming with the Internal Revenue Service. “If we here in Idaho think that the laws or even the ruling of the Supreme Court is not constitutional, then we have an obligation and a duty to defend our state Constitution against those infringements,” the Republicans stated. Although, the tax code is accepted by the federal rules. This is done to help business and residents keep up to date. And whereas same-sex marriages were officially legally recognized on the federal level, it is impossible to omit them from the tax code of any state.