Same-sex marriage became legally recognized statewide in New Mexico through a ruling by the New Mexico Supreme Court on December 19, 2013, requiring all county clerks to issue marriage licenses to qualified couples seeking marriage regardless of gender. Until then, same-sex couples could only obtain marriage licenses in certain counties of the state. Eight of 33 counties, covering 58% of the state's population, had begun issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples in August and September 2013. New Mexico's marriage statute is not specific as to gender. It is the only state lacking a state statute or constitutional provision explicitly addressing same-sex marriage. Lacking a state law or judicial ruling concerning same-sex marriage prior to December 19, 2013, policy for the issuance of ma

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  • El matrimonio entre personas del mismo sexo es legal en el Estado de Nuevo México desde el 19 de diciembre de 2013. Hasta entonces estaba autorizado solamente en algunos condados. Desde el 4 de septiembre de 2013, 8 de 33 condados, administrando 56% de la población del estado, expiden certificados de matrimonio a parejas del mismo sexo. La ley estatal de Nuevo México no explícitamente prohíbe o permite el matrimonio entre personas del mismo sexo. Ese es el único estado sin estatuto estatal o provisión constitucional sobre el matrimonio entre personas del mismo sexo que no lo ha legalizado. El 29 de agosto de 2013, los funcionarios del Tribunal Supremo de Nuevo México votaron unánimemente a favor de la legalidad del matrimonio entre personas del mismo sexo. (es)
  • 同性婚姻在新墨西哥州经过新墨西哥州最高法院在年12月19日的裁决成为全州法律。在此之前,33个县中共有8个可以或计划为同性伴侣颁发结婚证。这8个县覆盖全州58%的人口。新墨西哥州法律并没有明确允许或禁止同性婚姻,它是唯一缺乏州法规或宪法规定来明确解决同性婚姻问题的州份。 桑多瓦爾縣在2004年曾经允许一小部分同性伴侣登记结婚。这种做法在同一天新墨西哥州总检察长提起诉讼后被叫停。 2013年8月21日,唐娜安娜縣的工作人员开始主动给同性伴侣颁发结婚证书。此后,三个地区法官先后裁决同性伴侣可以登记结婚,依次是圣菲县,伯納利歐縣和陶斯縣,9月,第四个法官同样裁决格蘭特縣也可登记。在洛斯阿拉莫斯縣作出类似裁决,但被质疑。9月4日维持原判后开始颁发结婚证书。同时,聖米格爾縣和巴倫西亞縣的工作人员也开始允许同性婚姻登记。 2013年8月29日,新墨西哥州各县投票一致要求州最高法院对同性婚姻的合法性作出裁决。10月23日最高法院举行了听证会。2013年12月19日,该法院一致决定同性婚姻合法,使得新墨西哥州成为美国第17个同性婚姻合法的州。 (zh)
  • Same-sex marriage became legally recognized statewide in New Mexico through a ruling by the New Mexico Supreme Court on December 19, 2013, requiring all county clerks to issue marriage licenses to qualified couples seeking marriage regardless of gender. Until then, same-sex couples could only obtain marriage licenses in certain counties of the state. Eight of 33 counties, covering 58% of the state's population, had begun issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples in August and September 2013. New Mexico's marriage statute is not specific as to gender. It is the only state lacking a state statute or constitutional provision explicitly addressing same-sex marriage. Lacking a state law or judicial ruling concerning same-sex marriage prior to December 19, 2013, policy for the issuance of marriage licenses to same-sex couples was determined at the county level at the discretion of local issuing authorities. That is, some counties recognized same-sex marriage and issued marriage licenses to same-sex couples, while others did not. Despite the ruling by the New Mexico Supreme Court allowing same-sex marriages in the state, some of New Mexico's Native American tribes (most notably the Navajo Nation) continue to prohibit same-sex marriages within their jurisdictions and do not recognize same-sex marriages performed elsewhere. A small number of same-sex marriages were licensed in Sandoval County in 2004. The practice was halted later that same day, February 20, after New Mexico Attorney General Patricia Madrid issued a ruling they were invalid. On August 21, 2013, the county clerk of Doña Ana County, on his own initiative, began issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Later in the month, three district judges ruling on separate lawsuits ordered first Santa Fe County, then Bernalillo County, and then Taos County, to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, with a fourth judge ordering the same in Grant County in September. A similar ruling was made in Los Alamos County, where the county clerk said she would not comply with the order until it was upheld on September 4, the first time a New Mexican judge affirmed a ruling for same-sex marriage after it had been challenged. Meanwhile, county clerks in San Miguel and Valencia counties altered marriage licenses for same-sex couples. On August 29, 2013, New Mexico's county clerks voted unanimously to ask the New Mexico Supreme Court to rule on the legality of same-sex marriage and the Supreme Court held a hearing on their petition on October 23. On December 19, 2013, that court issued a unanimous decision in holding that marriage licenses must be issued to couples without respect to gender, making New Mexico the 17th state to legalize same-sex marriage. (en)
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  • 同性婚姻在新墨西哥州经过新墨西哥州最高法院在年12月19日的裁决成为全州法律。在此之前,33个县中共有8个可以或计划为同性伴侣颁发结婚证。这8个县覆盖全州58%的人口。新墨西哥州法律并没有明确允许或禁止同性婚姻,它是唯一缺乏州法规或宪法规定来明确解决同性婚姻问题的州份。 桑多瓦爾縣在2004年曾经允许一小部分同性伴侣登记结婚。这种做法在同一天新墨西哥州总检察长提起诉讼后被叫停。 2013年8月21日,唐娜安娜縣的工作人员开始主动给同性伴侣颁发结婚证书。此后,三个地区法官先后裁决同性伴侣可以登记结婚,依次是圣菲县,伯納利歐縣和陶斯縣,9月,第四个法官同样裁决格蘭特縣也可登记。在洛斯阿拉莫斯縣作出类似裁决,但被质疑。9月4日维持原判后开始颁发结婚证书。同时,聖米格爾縣和巴倫西亞縣的工作人员也开始允许同性婚姻登记。 2013年8月29日,新墨西哥州各县投票一致要求州最高法院对同性婚姻的合法性作出裁决。10月23日最高法院举行了听证会。2013年12月19日,该法院一致决定同性婚姻合法,使得新墨西哥州成为美国第17个同性婚姻合法的州。 (zh)
  • El matrimonio entre personas del mismo sexo es legal en el Estado de Nuevo México desde el 19 de diciembre de 2013. Hasta entonces estaba autorizado solamente en algunos condados. Desde el 4 de septiembre de 2013, 8 de 33 condados, administrando 56% de la población del estado, expiden certificados de matrimonio a parejas del mismo sexo. La ley estatal de Nuevo México no explícitamente prohíbe o permite el matrimonio entre personas del mismo sexo. Ese es el único estado sin estatuto estatal o provisión constitucional sobre el matrimonio entre personas del mismo sexo que no lo ha legalizado. (es)
  • Same-sex marriage became legally recognized statewide in New Mexico through a ruling by the New Mexico Supreme Court on December 19, 2013, requiring all county clerks to issue marriage licenses to qualified couples seeking marriage regardless of gender. Until then, same-sex couples could only obtain marriage licenses in certain counties of the state. Eight of 33 counties, covering 58% of the state's population, had begun issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples in August and September 2013. New Mexico's marriage statute is not specific as to gender. It is the only state lacking a state statute or constitutional provision explicitly addressing same-sex marriage. Lacking a state law or judicial ruling concerning same-sex marriage prior to December 19, 2013, policy for the issuance of ma (en)
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  • 新墨西哥州同性婚姻 (zh)
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