Sinaloa is the latest state in Mexico to approve same-sex marriage

Legislators of the Sinaloa Congress unanimously approved changes in articles 40 and 165 of the Family Code to legalize marriage and cohabitation between people of the same sex in the state.

The United Commissions of Constitutional Points and Governance, Human Rights and Equity, Gender and Family, were in charge of preparing the bill in favor of equal marriage in Sinaloa, which was read and voted on unanimously on June 15, 2021.

In the Family Code of Sinaloa, the voluntary and legal union between people of the same sex is established, which according to the Constitution . . .

This independent news site is supported by subscribers.