“No American should be discriminated against because of the person they love. Approving this bill would guarantee much-needed safeguards in federal law,” he said in the Upper House the same day it resumed legislative activity after the elections on the 8th.
The agreement reached between the legislators “recognizes the importance of marriage” and maintains that “same-sex couples and interracial they deserve the dignity, stability and permanent protection” of that union.
The mobilization around the defense of gay marriage gained momentum after the Supreme Court, with a conservative majority, repealed on June 24 the ruling “Roe v. Wade,” which for half a decade protected access to abortion in the country.
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