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The dim outlook for LGBT retirement




Mari Lopez, a Los Angeles deputy commissioner, holds the hands of Lilyanne McCoy and Sandra Schicora of Lakewood during the marriage ceremony at the LA County Clerk's office in Norwalk.
Mari Lopez, a Los Angeles deputy commissioner, holds the hands of Lilyanne McCoy and Sandra Schicora of Lakewood during the marriage ceremony at the LA County Clerk's office in Norwalk.
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For most people, retirement is something to look forward to. 

But a growing number of workers believe that they won't have enough money saved up to stop working one day. According to new research, many same-sex couples are in an especially bad position. 

Ken Sweet, a reporter covering Wall Street and financial stories for the Associated Press, tells more.

Read Sweet's full story: LGBT baby boomers face tough retirement hurdles