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Randolph_Finder

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4 days ago @ Equality on Trial - 10/18 open thread and ... · 0 replies · +2 points

So does that mean that Querétaro should be removed from lists of states allowing Equal Marriage? And how long can the governor fail to authorize it?

4 days ago @ Equality on Trial - 10/18 open thread and ... · 3 replies · +3 points

I'm actually surprised that a copy of this law wasn't instituted in more US states.

4 days ago @ Equality on Trial - 10/18 open thread and ... · 5 replies · +2 points

None of Alabama's counties offer Marriage Licenses anymore. The state passed a law in 2019 where "Probate judges will instead accept notarized forms completed by couples as official records of marriage."

See https://www.alabamapublichealth.gov/news/2019/08/...

5 days ago @ Equality on Trial - 10/18 open thread and ... · 7 replies · +2 points

Still waiting to see who will be the last...

2 weeks ago @ Equality on Trial - 9/28 open thread · 0 replies · +1 points

I'd actually say it is closer to comparing Oranges and Blood Oranges. (or something else). It is by far the largest gap between homosexuality is OK and Marriage Equality that I've seen.. Most nations with only 2 in 10 supporting Marriage Equality would be lucky to have a majority finding homosexuality OK.

3 weeks ago @ Equality on Trial - 9/28 open thread · 2 replies · +1 points

The wierdest thing in here was that the Philipppines were viewed as so accepting, I've seen other surveys with very different results. For example: https://www.rappler.com/nation/sws-same-sex-marri... has "Only 2 in 10 Filipinos favor same-sex marriage – SWS"

3 weeks ago @ Equality on Trial - 9/28 open thread · 0 replies · +2 points

As a quick note, Edomex is the "big prize" here, containing over 16M of Mexico's 128M people.

And some politicians wouldn't have minded being last, Claudia Pavlovich, the immediate past governor of Sonora springs to mind.

3 weeks ago @ Equality on Trial - 9/28 open thread · 0 replies · +1 points

In american governmental terms, the term for this would be conference committee, which is supposed to create a single bill that both houses can approve. But I think here, this will occur before a full vote in both houses takes place.

3 weeks ago @ Equality on Trial - 9/28 open thread · 0 replies · +1 points

I'm curious as to how the Ruling prince feels about this. He's full on Catholic to the point where he said he'll abdicate before full legality for Abortion. I would not be surprised if adoption by same-sex couples was limited to step-child adoptions. But we'll see.

3 weeks ago @ Equality on Trial - 9/20 open thread · 0 replies · +3 points

This is starting to feel like the States have finally realized that the Mexican supreme court has had enough of this $#!+. Could we see marriage in all 31 states be the end of 2022?