Now that Mexico's top court has given the green light to gay marriage, a host of states should bring their laws into line, a Supreme Court justice said.
The court ruled in a decision published on June 19 that laws restricting marriage to a man and a woman were unconstitutional.
The decision, based on five separate rulings, means gay couples may marry by court injunction in states which have not legalized same-sex unions. Until state legislatures change their statutes, however, the couples must still petition courts case by case.
For states to persist in this makes little sense . . .