Mexican Supreme Court cites U.S. cases on marriage

02/19/2013 | BuzzFeed · Washington Blade (Washington, D.C.)

A Mexico Supreme Court ruling released Monday cites several U.S. Supreme Court cases in its reasoning for striking down a state law that banned recognition of same-sex marriages. The move comes six weeks before the U.S. court will hear arguments in two cases dealing with marriage rights for same-sex couples.

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