Mexico’s high court strikes down state ban on same-sex marriages

12/6/2012 | Washington Blade (Washington, D.C.)

The Mexican Supreme Court handed marriage equality advocates a potentially sweeping victory this week when it invalidated a law in the state of Oaxaca that forbid marriages for same-sex couples. The case is the third precedent-setting development that could lead to legal marriage for gays and lesbians throughout the country.

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