Gay Adoptions upheld in Mexico City
The Supreme Court of Mexico upheld a law in Mexico City that allows adoptions by same-sex couples. The ruling rejects a legal challenge by federal prosecutors and others who argued the law fails to protect adoptive children against ill-effects or discrimination. The court voted earlier this month to uphold another portion of the lMexico City aw that allows same-sex marriages.
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