Spanish Constitutional Court defends same-sex marriage
The Spanish Constitutional Court defended same-sex marriage in rejecting a challenge filed by the conservative Popular Party against the law authorizing such unions, which was enacted by a Socialist administration.
Nearly 25,000 couples have been wed under the law since it was enacted in 2005 by Spain's then-Socialist goverment.
According to court officials, the verdict was passed by a vote of 8...
Fox News • Nov 7, 2012