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All Mexican states currently permit same-sex unions

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All Mexican states currently permit same-sex unions

All Mexican states currently permit same-sex unions: Tamaulipas, a border state, became the 32nd state in Mexico to approve same-sex nuptials after lawmakers there voted Wednesday night to do so.

With 23 votes in favor, 12 votes against, and two abstentions, the proposal to modify the state’s Civil Code was approve, prompting the proponents’ chants of “Yes, we can!”.

Legislators finally relocated to another chamber to wrap up their discussion and vote while those in favor and opposing the bill screamed and shouted from the balcony throughout the session.

Arturo Zaldivar, the president of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation, praised the outcome. “A big rainbow spans the whole nation. Live up to everyone else’s rights and dignity. On Twitter, he said, “Love is Love.

Legislators in the southern Mexican state of Guerrero had adopted a measure permitting same-sex unions the day before.

Although the Supreme Court ruled in 2015 that state laws against same-sex marriage were unconstitutional, several states waited a while to pass legislation to comply with the decision.

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