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Mexico’s Supreme Court Strikes Down Gay Marriage Bans

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Mexico’s supreme court ruled that failing to recognize gay and lesbian marriage is unconstitutional. The ruling was delivered on June 3, but doesn’t necessarily allow gay people to marry throughout the country.
According to the AP: “But the court’s ruling is considered a “jurisprudential thesis” and does not invalidate any state laws, meaning gay couples denied the right to wed would have to turn to the courts individually. Given the ruling, judges and courts would have to approve same-sex marriages.”

The ruling will strike down bans in certain states that read “procreation, and or defines (marriage) as celebrated between a man and a woman.”
Rob Manser

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