Mexico Approves Same-Sex Marriage Across The Country

On June 13, the Supreme Court of Justice in Mexico made history: the norms that used to ban same-sex marriages in the country have been declared unconstitutional in all the states across Mexico.
Before June 13, the only jurisdictions that allowed same-sex marriage were Quintana Roo, Coahuila and the Federal District. The rest of the states have several norms in their own civil codes that establish that marriage aims at procreation.