Latin America Now Officially More Progressive on Gay Marriage than Florida
The ceremony comes on the heels of the announcement that Mexico City will officially recognize gay marriage. Civil unions are already legal in Buenos Aires, Uruguay, and some parts of Mexico and Brazil.
So what's the situation in Miami, the so-called "capital of Latin America?" Just in case you forgot, last year's Amendment Two banned gay marriage and civil unions in Florida and might even challenge local domestic partnership laws, and gays aren't even allowed to be adoptive parents.
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