Todd Solomon was quoted extensively in an April 6 Bay Area Reporter story about how same-sex couples can use Section 152 of the Internal Revenue Code to avoid higher taxes on health benefits for a domestic partner who can be classified as a dependent. "If you look at Section 152, there is more than one way to skin the cat here in order to be a dependent under the tax code," Mr. Solomon said. "For two partners, if one works and the other one doesn't work, they would be a tax code dependent." He added that "you can have a situation where somebody is dependent for health care purposes but not for general tax purposes.… There is no cap really to the 50 percent [level] of support. It is not really well-defined in the tax code what that support is other than it is living expenses," a situation that may apply when there is significant income disparity between two individuals.