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Secret vote defies Mexico's Supreme Court ruling calling gay-marriage ban unconstitutional.
Municipalities object to ban, so lawmaker goes back to the drawing board
Photo: Getty Merida, Yucatan — Military and police officers seized a marijuana garden Thursday after a neighbor complained...
Accused of misusing public resources, a Tekax police commander has lost his job.
Profeco, which accused the local unit of U.S. telecommunications giant AT&T of undue charges and poor service. The court agreed.
The National Development Plan, delivered to Congress Tuesday by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, includes plans to decriminalize marijuana and other illegal drugs.
A U.S. couple walled off their beach property in Santa Clara, Yucatan, until they were pressured to take it down. Photo:...
PAN remains holdout as measure heads to legislative session
The Virginia couple that allegedly fenced off their beach property in Santa Clara, Yucatan, faces up to 12 years in prison and a 102,680-peso fine.
Long-promised noise regulations are coming to the Centro Historico next week, said Mayor Renán Barrera Concha.
Harassing women in public can result in up to 36 hours behind bars, while road rage can garner fines up to 2,500 pesos, under new reforms.
A state legislator has issued a lengthy apology after a photo showed her fishing during a ban.
Daniel Berezowsky and Jaime Chávez Alor have become the first gay couple to have a marriage performed outside of Mexico recognized by Mexican law.
Same-sex marriage and abortion in Yucatan won't be put before the public the way the Mayan Train or Mexico City airport were, a state lawmaker said.
Paying social security benefits to domestic workers will be mandatory if the Supreme Court goes along with a proposal under consideration.
The Supreme Court unanimously allowed a gay male couple from Yucatan to register their 3-year-old child with their own last names.
A citizen initiative to ban single-use plastics in the country was formally presented to the Senate.