The 14th Circuit Appellate Court this week admitted a petition that reignites efforts to formally allow same-sex marriage in Yucatán.
The president of the National Chamber of the Restaurant Industry asked to join other tourist zones and lift the ban on alcohol preceding election day.
Stock up now! Mexico restricts the sale of alcohol 24 hours before elections and all of election day, a law that dates to the Mexican Revolution.
City authorities are using social media to boast about a crackdown on illegal billboards that have been a blight on the city.
A series of amendments, passed unanimously, are designed to safeguard the rights of vulnerable minority groups such gay or transgender people in Mérida.
The city is more strictly enforcing rules governing untended lots, imposing fines in 2014 double the amount it assessed the previous year.
A citywide crackdown on illegal billboards began last week on the Prolongación Paseo de Montejo, the city Department of Urban Development announced.
Reacting to the proliferation of vacant lots and abandoned, deteriorating properties in the Centro, members of Yucatan state legislature are preparing to toughen laws that allow the government to seize land.