Mexico Announces Gay Marriages FEDERALLY Enforced … U.S. What's The Delay?

The Mexican Supreme Court voted 9-2 this week that all same-sex unions performed in Mexico City be enforced across all 31 states in their union.

Mexico’s capital passed a law last March that granted equality in adoption, healthcare and inheritance rights for all people of its country. Of course, the naysayers tried to find a discrepancy … but the Mexican Supreme Court is not having it!

In other news, The United States Supreme Court FOR THE UMPTEENTH TIME delayed making a decision this week if it would take on the multitude of cases involving same-sex marriage in America. Who knows how long it will take before we get an answer on our “God-given” rights?

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