Tuesday, April 23, 2013
France Joins Marriage-Equality List
Love expands legally in France. The National Assembly passed same-sex marriage 331 to 225 today in a bill identical to the Senate one already approved.
The plug nasties have a last-gasp effort to beg the Constitutional Council to overturn, "censor" the bill. Those judges have up to a month to decide. There seem virtually no chance of reversal happening.
Homosexual couples can start marrying nationwide by the middle of June.
Le Monde has the story (in French, mais oui).