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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.
With time quickly running out on his administration, Gov. Rolando Zapato Bello quietly sent lawmakers a bill to establish marriage equality in Yucatán.
Yucatán's dry law mandates that alcohol sales are banned Friday at midnight until 11 a.m. Monday.
Parcels containing three green iguanas and seven turtles were found and seized at the Mérida International Airport.
Watched over by police armed with machine guns, pro-marijuana activists marched in the Centro on Saturday.
About 50 street vendors, most of them from Chiapas, don't comply with Yucatán's strict regulations protecting forests from over-harvesting, a trade group's new president says.
Despite the fact that several city regulations forbid merchants from blocking pedestrians, almost every day the city sends nearly two dozen warning letters to violators.
A U.S. federal judge Tuesday tossed a lawsuit filed by Yucatán state in answer to the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
Yucatan's real estate establishment denounced the operation of "pirate" real estate agents who have defrauded foreign home buyers.
UNESCO has recognized Mexico for its efforts protecting totoaba and the vaquita, two endangered species found only in the Gulf of California.
Activists last week presented a proposal to end a loophole that allows brutal rodeo-type tournaments in rural Yucatán, despite laws protecting animals.
Living wills have been legal in Yucatán for nearly two years, but many people are unaware of them. Here are the basics, and where to get one.
Reforms to state sanitation law compel the state health department to inspect hostels, timeshares, campgrounds, spare rooms and even shared rooms, starting Jan. 1.
An unexpected ruling from a federal judge questions the constitutionality of Yucatán's attempt to regulate Uber.
Triple the complaints came from travelers whose flights at the Mérida airport were either delayed or canceled in the last 30 days.
The tourist industry, from major airlines down to souvenir shops, are being monitored for irregularities.