Lawmakers have approved jail time and fines for organizing dog fights or even attending a fight as a spectator.
Alcohol sales in Mérida and Progreso will be allowed an extra three hours for the Easter Sunday holiday.
Companies that did not hand out Christmas bonuses last month face fines exceeding $400,000 pesos.
More than 500 owners of vacant land have cleaned up their properties to avoid municipal fines which can reach 600,000 pesos.
State government representatives met this morning to discuss taxing and regulating Uber drivers in Mérida.
A neglected and crumbling former center of Progreso society is being boarded up by city officials, but the port city has yet to claim any abandoned properties deemed unsafe.
Congress will be asked to raise the limit on decriminalized marijuana and allow the use and importation of cannabis-based medication.
As many as 12,000 more water meters will be replaced, switching from bronze and copper to plastic, to deter future thefts.
The Supreme Court of Justice has overturned a 2013 law in Campeche forbidding adoption by same-sex couples.
The child of a same-sex couple was recognized as their legitimate son in the Yucatán state civil registry, a historic first.